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1972 Marhiscan 

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Indianapolis, Indiana #MtfMi Activities. . . . |# 40 

Volume 5 Sports 66 

Individuals 92 

Index 162 

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One community — 
2300 ideas, goals 
united in spirit, 
pride. We learn 
together. We 
share and are 
aware at JMHS. 




Pats experience 
trouble, questions, 
We compromise, 
mingle in class 
and activities. 
We listen. 








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outside texts 
for answers 
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is to be spirit, 
let it begin here. 






Homecoming, always colorful with floats, queen candidates, and pomp 
and ceremony, had a special meaning for Patriots this year as the first 
four-year class returned "home" to meet their classmates and friends still 



at JMHS. The Greenfield Cougars provided the Pats with plenty of ex- 
citement in the Patriot victory, 29-6. Fans filled the stadium for this Home- 
coming victory. 




"Pat's Got 'em By The Tail" is the title of the Homecoming 
float entered by the D.E. members who worked for first place 
in the club float category. 

Driving the winning Homecoming float is sophomore Calvin 
Johnson. The sophomore class used "The Pat's Have a Better 
Idea" to win the competition. 




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Evading a tackier, Senior Mike Gentry carries 
the ball toward the goal at the victory over 
Greenfield at the Homecoming game. 



Smiling happily, Cindy Roberts accepts the roses presented to her by Mr. Thomas Haynes after being 
crowned 1971 Homecoming queen. Cindy was escorted by her father, Mr. Walter Roberts. Other 
members of her court who were escorted by their fathers were Jan Connor, Diane Nelson, Regina 
Tompkins, and Barbara Schaaf. 



Backing the team with a "Good Luck" cheer 
and adding their touch of spirit and enthusiasm 
are the Varsity Cheerleaders. 









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Having dinner at Sherwood Country Club before the Junior-Senior prom are Qebby Wells, Dave Wood, 
Mike Gentry, and Barbara Schaff. A Junior-Senior Prom saves expenses in both classes. This combina- 
tion prom is a Marshall first. 



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Conducting the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in a double auditorium assembly for the entire student 
body and faculty members is Conductor Thomas Briccetti. The orchestra performed music by modern and 
classical composers. 

Left — Members of the Naturalist's Club found the sand at the Indiana Dunes State Park a real adven- 
ture as they slide, jump and roll down the hills along Lake Michigan. The Naturalist Club is the 
largest school-sponsored club, and is composed of 250 members. 




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Ecology means a special Liberator issue, club members picking 
up litter and students riding bikes to school. All JMHS students 
are still working for a clean city. 

Left — Eligible because of the eighteen year-old voting law, 
Senior Roger Jorden is seen registering for the November elec- 
tions. 



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achievements 
begin here . . . 




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Literature periodicals are a puzzle to some students, but sophomore Valerie Urie has learned to use 
one well. The library has become a vital aid to students, supplying them with newspapers, visual aids, 
charts, maps and pictures as well as books on almost every subject. 




Above — Examining collages during Humanities 
in order to determine a grade are Miss Judith 
Waugh and Mr. Byron Cooper. 



Below — Learning to show expression through 
impromptu skits is a group in Miss Patricia Clif- 
ford's Drama Class. 



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Term papers play a big role in the education requirements of all English students. Explaining the pro- 
cedure of the research cards to junior Barbara Seege is Miss Jane Franceschini. Before writing the 
paper, students must research in detail their subjects completely. 



Dr. Gaither 
becomes new 
English head 



Although the English curriculum 
underwent no major changes this 
year, Dr. James Gaither, formerly of 
Crispus Attucks High School, was 
named the new department chairman. 

New staff members added this 
year also included Paula Barbour, 
Donald Buddenbaum, Christine 
Havens, Jerry Hurst, and Marcia 
King. 

Other than the required anthology 
and the pursuit of the perfect para- 
graph, students read such works as 
the Crucible, Light in the Forest, and 
The Scarlet Letter. 

Classes, accompanied by their 
teachers, also had the opportunity'to 
attend performances at Clowes Hall' 
and Civic Theater. 





Journalism student Denise Lorton practices her interviewing techniques on Ball State student 
teacher Catherine Freeman. Writing interviews, covering stories, and learning page make-up are 
studied during the year. Other mass media communications are also studied. 



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Senior Debbie Brill is eligible this year to vote because of the new eighteen- 
year-old voting law passing this year. Registering her are members of the 
League of Women Voters. The League's visit to JMHS was to help inform 



the new eighteen-year old voters in the proper procedure in expressing 
their opinions in government. During the day, League members also demon 
strated voting machines to social studies classes. 






Above — Listening attentively to tales of ancient 
times and years gone by are World History I stu- 
dents taught by Mr. William Riley. 

Democratic Congressman Andrew Jacob expresses 
views on busing and racial problems to senior 
Gladys Page during a double auditorium. 





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Mrs. Charlotte Balchunas conducts a freshman World History I in an unusual location — a home eco- 
nomics room. Overcrowding caused facilities to be used in unexpected ways this year. World History 
is concerned with the customs, problems, and peoples of nations in both hemispheres. 



Social Studies 
add a new 
intro course 



U.S. History students visited the 
Indianapolis Museum of Art where 
they viewed oil painting, sculpture, 
and furniture from ancient times to 
contemporary times. 

This year's Social Studies Depart- 
ment placed emphasis on ecology, 
law and society, war, youth subcul- 
ture, and other similar problems of 
society. The students also developed 
an understanding of differing contri- 
butions. Visitors to classes included 
the Assistant Mayor and an officer 
on the Narcotics squad. 

The department is headed by Mr. 
Richard Hedges. Two new teachers 
were added to the department; they 
were Mrs. Karen Mannweiler and Mr. 
Gerald Dailey. A new class, Introduc- 
tion to Social Studies, was also added. 





A World History class is discussing the class system during the period of 
feudalism. They hope to profit from the mistakes made by the people of 
that time. The class is led by Mrs. Karen Mannweiler. 



Viewing a film on the signing of the "Declaration of Independence" is one 
of the U.S. History classes. The classes cover the period of time from the 
landing of the Pilgrims to almost present day history. 



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Chemistry I taught by Mr. Nick Pipino involves the use of 
chemicals in the laboratory. Students learn the chemical com- 
position as well as the proper use of each substance. 





"Brother", the boa constrictor, was purchased by the Zoology classes in order to study the 
characteristics of the life of a snake. Senior Jack Stephenson gets acquainted with 
"Brother". 



Examining the structure of Jody, the Department's skeleton, 
are Rick Guldner and Jay Eisinger. In Anatomy they are re- 
quired to learn all 208 bones in a human body. 

Right — Mr. Nick Pipino shows junior Mike Erickson how a 
burning splint continues to glow in a bottle of oxygen. Chem- 
istry teaches the fundamentals of chemical reactions. 



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ABOVE — During a Biology field trip Mr. Randy Lamb studied the Goldenrod for various species of in- 
sects. The Biology I classes are required to collect and mount various insects. The classes also are 
required to turn in a leaf collection of at least fifty species of leaves. 



Pats inspect 
animal life 
in Zoology 



Marshall's Science Department 
headed by Mr. Robert Weaver placed 
special emphasis this year on the 
naturalists's point of view. 

This was the first year for Zoology 
and Advanced Biology. They were 
taught by Mr. Randy Lamb and Mr. 
Robert Weaver and are offered to 
both juniors and seniors. A fall in- 
sect count was one of many class 
projects in Zoology. 

Some permanent inhabitants were 
introduced to their new homes in the 
Zoology classroom. They included 
such friendly individuals as an alli- 
gator, a lizard, iguanas, tarantulas, 
and a spotted gecko. They were 
cared for by students from the vari- 
ous science classes. 






Above — Dissecting fetal pigs is one of many dissecting Labs 
that Biology students are required to do. Students are tested 
on both internal and external anatomy of the animal. 

Left — Physics teacher, Mr. Benjegerdes, lectures his class on 
the concepts of time, speed, and distance. The class also learns 
the use of the slide rule. 



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General math 

new algebra 

option area 



Almost three-fourths of the school 
takes math. General Math 3 and 4 
is the new course added for students 
to select instead of Algebra. 

Robert Carr, returning chairman of 
the department, is also planning to 
start a Computer club later this year. 
There are eight returning teachers to 
the department. Mrs. Mary Kelly and 
Mr. Martin Coogan are the only new 
additions. 

Marshall again placed high in the 
Mathematical Association of Ameri- 
ca's contest given each year at Mar- 
shall. More math students also par- 
ticipated in other college sponsored 
contests around the state. 




With the aid of some of his students, Mr. Carl Hines ond his Geometry 1 doss examine the models 
of parabolas, hyperbolas, and ellipses formed by intersection of planes through three dimensional 
objects. Geometry also includes the study of angles and planes to math students. 





Demonstrating the solving of an equation on the board during 
Calculus class is Mr. Robert Carr. A previous four years of 
math are required before taking Calculus. 



Solving and analyzing a complex problem during his Algebra 3 class is Junior Jerry Booth. 
Algebra 3 may also be doubled with Geometry and taken during a student's sophomore 
year. This enables the student to enroll in five years of mathematics. 



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Above — Using the overhead projector to work 
math examples for his General Math 3 class 
is Mr. Kenneth Fry, a second-year teacher. 

Upper Left — Explaining a ratio problem to her 
Algebra 1 class is Miss Elaine Teter. Algebra is 
a prerequisite to Geometry 1 . 

Left — Craig Parmerlee and Mario Purdue wait 
their turn while observing a fellow student pro- 
gram the computer during Computer Math. 



Students vie 
for German 
travel study 



Students walking through Mar- 
shall's language hall this year heard 
foreign greetings all around them. 
The Department's emphasis was on 
increased oral use of a foreign lan- 
guage by the Language Department 
students. 

Mr. William Jefferson and Mrs. 
Susan Schoenherr both taught Spanish 
for the first time here at Marshall. 

German students worked hard to 
be able to participate in a study travel 
program in Europe. In Germany they 
would study the culture and customs 
along with the language. 




Learning the location and the geography of the different cities, towns, and rivers of Germany is a main 
part of any German class. The culture, customs, and traditions of the country also are important along 
with the basic grammar and pronunciation of the native language. 




Quizzing the class on the proper pronunciation of different 
hours of the day is sophomore Melissa Holmes. To create 
more class participation, the students often teach. 

RIGHT — Acting out a short one-act play during class are these 
Freshman German I students. Class participation is an im- 
portant part of the Foreign Language Department. 




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ABOVE — Displaying the German flag in front of his German 
class is Junior David Buttram. The class is taught by Mr. Brice 
Tressler who also directs the German Club. 

UPPER LEFT — In the place of honor at the Latin Club feast are 
Mr. Byron Cooper and his wife. The Roman banquet is one of 
the club activities. 

LOWER LEFT — Hanging in the center of a Spanish I class in a 
place of honor is a colorfully decorated pinata. Interesting 
visual aids help the students. 



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Patriots study 
data process 
in business 



Miss Patricia Lanahan, who teaches 
General Business, and Mr. Kenneth 
Stanley, who councils and directs the 
D.E. class, were added this year to 
Marshall's Business Department. 

The department, headed by Mrs. 
Janet Weaver, stressed the dignity 
and worth of individuals. It provided 
skills and attitudes needed to acquire 
and retain good jobs. The ability to 
manage present and future personal 
business affairs was also an im- 
portant objective. 




Timing the speed and accuracy of junior typist Carol Edwards is Mrs. Deborah Gioe. Speed is a main 
part of typing although accuracy, too, is an important goal towards good typing. These students are 
using electric typewriters which are easier to use and provide a better end result. 




ABOVE — Adjusting a student's typewriter to the correct posi- 
tion during typing class, is Mr. Steven Sachs. Typing I, II, III 
and IV are offered at Marshall. 



RIGHT — Typing a class assignment is junior Jerry Booth. Since 
it is necessary in most colleges and many jobs, a majority of 
students take at least one year of typing. 



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ABOVE — Memorizing the rhythm and feel of the keys is a Typing III student. 
Skill and ability are required to be able to type. Skills learned in typing 
come in handy when essays and term papers are due. 

LEFT — Helping students who are doing an assignment during General Busi- 
ness class is teacher Miss Jean Potts. General Business gives students a clear 
introduction into the workings of business. 




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ABOVE — Senior Susan Trowbridge is checking her 
bookkeeping file. Bookkeeping teaches students 
the proper way to keep good records. 

LEFT — Demonstrating the correct way to run a 
punch card machine to students in his consumer 
business class is Mr. David Smartz. 



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ABOVE — Giving a lecture to his fifth period 
Distributive Education class is D.E. coordinator 
and instructor Mr. Kenneth Stanley. 

UPPER RIGHT — Printing posters, programs, and 
tickets for the school's musical, the Sound of 
Music is senior Bob Robinson. 




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ABOVE — The model in the picture is asking the 
question important to the students in D.E. and 
one they prepare to answer correctly. 

LOWER RIGHT — Leading a class discussion is 
senior D.E. student Steve Slate. The class partici- 
pates in many open discussions. 




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Assisting students Brad Miller and Tamie Shank during their I.C.T. pro- 
gramming class is Mr. Paul Hayes. I.C.T. places students in various jobs 
around the city where they receive firsthand experience. 




D. E. takes 
Homecoming 
float winner 



A hayride and a winning float 
were among the many activities of 
the Distributive Education class. D.E. 
is sponsored by Mr. Kenneth Stanley, 
who taught for the first time here at 
Marshall. 

The idea of keeping a young per- 
son in school and keeping him from 
terminating his education is an im- 
portant factor of D.E. The Deca Club 
is another outlet of the D.E. program 
which teaches students important 
business practices. 

The Industrial Cooperative Training 
Program is directed by Mr. Paul 
Hayes and offers students informa- 
tion related to job training. 



ABOVE — Working diligently on the construction of a window casing during his part time job is senior, 
Joe Kelle. He finds being able to work during the school day a very profitable experience. Besides 
the experience received he also begins to realize the responsibilities of a working man. 

RIGHT — Practicing her bedside manners on co-student Kathy Miller is senior, Vickie Bowers. Both girls 
are training as nurses aids at Community Hospital. Through nursing they learn to help others and 
begin to realize the necessity of good nurses and how they benefit the sick. 




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ABOVE — Getting their ingredients together before making a 
meal are Mrs. Marie McKeller, the Home Economics teacher, 
Kay Short, Rose Thompson, and Roxanne Thompson. 

RIGHT — Practicing the proper placement of utensils are Rox- 
anne Thomas, Betty Davies, Linda Haynes, and Debbie Greene. 
The students are in a Home Economics Foods class. 




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ABOVE — Patiently stirring a pan are Marilyn Garvey and 
Mary Ann Easier. The class is taught by Mrs. Marilyn Johan- 
nessen and Mrs. Dorothy Douglas. 

LEFT — Relaxing on a sofa in the living room are some of the 
Family Living class students. The course teaches home harmony 
and is taught by Mrs. Dorothy Douglas. 



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Learning how to prepare and balance daily menus in their 
Home Economics Foods classes are sophomores Chris Britton, 
Marie Leon, Carol Williams, and Joanne Channey. 



Girls learn 
Art, science 
In Home Ec. 



Home Economics is unique in that 
it applies high school curriculum to 
family life. In Home Economics a stu- 
dent learns how to make and keep a 
home and how to be a worthy mem- 
ber of her home or community. 

Homemaking and Clothing VI were 
courses added this year. Homemak- 
ing is for freshmen who are interest- 
ed in Home Economics, but who have 
not yet decided on a specific area to 
enter. 

Mrs. Dorothy Douglas, Mrs. Marie 
McKeller, and Miss Susan Lange 
joined the staff this year. 




Carrying a hot pan of freshly made rolls are sophomore foods students Ruth Roark and Joanne Channey. 
In Home Economics Foods classes students learn to prepare and serve various kinds of food. Many of 
the foods students will later become dieticians, cooks, and homemakers. 



Making something with yarn and string to deco- 
rate their homes are freshman students in Mrs. 
Marilyn Johannesson's homemaking class. 




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Young men 
'fly' in plane, 
tune engines 



The Industrial Arts Department re- 
ceived a new simulator this year to 
teach the use of navigation to the 
new aerospace flight training edu- 
cation course. 

The department has set many high 
standards and objectives this year in 
order to instill sound practices, under- 
standing, and appreciation of indus- 
try and to develop a reasonable de- 
gree of skill in use of tools, 
machines and materials. 

These scientific and technological 
principles learned can easily be ap- 
plied to future work. 

These opportunities are open to 
girls, too. Women's liberation is not 
forgotten in the Industrial Arts 
Department. 








ABOVE — Constructing some type of electronic apparatus with the tools and 
equipment provided through the Industrial Arts Department is this Electricity 
I student. The class is taught by Mr. Paul Justice. 

RIGHT — Trying to discover the problem with the car engine and how to 
solve it are senior Auto Mechanics students Don Wade and Jim O'Connor. 
Students are able to work on different types of cars. 






Manipulating complicated pieces of machinery during class is one of the' 
opportunities available to Industrial Arts students. The Department has many 
different types of machines. 



Applying a layer of paint to his rocket model is one of the Aerospace 
students. A new simulator was installed this year to provide the actual 
feel of flying. The Aerospace instructor is Mr. Harold Brown. 



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Pat Nugent and Tiger Mason are using clamps on pieces of wood which 
have just been glued. Before this the wood had to be measured and cut 
correctly to result in the proper construction. 





ABOVE — The members of the Manual Drawing 
class are busy sketching out their diagrams to 
be approved later by Mr. Robert Chisley. 

LEFT — Constructing props for one of Marshall's 
stage productions is the Stage Crew. They are 
instructed by Mr. Paul Justice. 



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ABOVE — Music director Stephen Humphreys conducts the Symphonic Wind Ensemble in practice 
of their many pieces of music. The Ensemble is made up of those individuals who have had 
previous experience playing instruments in elementary school. 

LEFT — Practicing with great patience on his trumpet is Junior, Joe Sinnett. He is using one of 
the many sound-proof private rooms provided for students and located in the music wing. Weeks 
of practice are needed to prepare for the city-wide contests. 




ABOVE — Junior Sue Bishop is using notes on a musical staff during her Music Theory Class. In this 
class students learn the history behind music. They also learn why music is important and how it 
works. The class is taught by Mr. Raymond Brandes. 

RIGHT — Members of the John Marshall High School band give a performance at one of the many 
home games played on Sullivan Field. The marching band along with the football patriettes marches 
at every home game. The band is under the direction of Mr. Stephen Humphreys. 



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Playing his baritone during the A Band class is junior Allen duff. The class is for the best instrumental 
players at John Marshall. The students have to practice continuously in order to remain in the A band. 
An annual tour is presented by the band at the grade schools. 



Choirs sing 
in community 
performances 



A Christmas Concert and the Caval- 
cade of Music were two of the many 
programs produced by John Mar- 
shall's Music Department. 

Marshall's band took part in city 
contests along with solo entries con- 
sisting of the different band mem- 
bers. They performed at the circle and 
in parades. 

There is a great variety of choirs 
in the Music Department. Included 
are the Marshallaires, Liberty Belles, 
and the Concert Choir. 

The Music Department is headed 
by Raymond Brandes who also di- 
rects the Orchestra. 





Practicing spiritedly is the violin section of the concert orchestra. The Concert Orchestra 
performs for different major musical functions such as the musical, The Sound of Music. 
This provides experience in trying out for the All City Orchestra. 



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These murals were done by Art Students as a sesquicentennial project. On the left is the mural featuring 
our school; the middle, the city; the third tells the history of Indianapolis, and at far left is the city's 
sesquicentennial emblem. 



ABOVE — Freshman Michael Winters concentrates 
on working on his papier mache in Craft Arts 
taught by Miss Laura Helme. 

RIGHT — Working industriously on his clay castle 
in one of the many art classes offered by the 
Art Department is junior Joe Sinnett. 

FAR RIGHT — Using a live model to sketch from 
is one of the different techniques practiced in 
some of John Marshall's Art classes. 





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Demonstrating the correct brush strokes to Junior, Kim Martin, is Mr. Charles Glore, art instructor at 
J.M.H.S. Water color, tempra, and oil paints are used as bases in painting. Students who participated 
in art classes learned how to paint, mix colors, draw and sketch. 



Art students 
learn to use 
line and color 



Every student or teacher who went 
down the main stairs of John Mar- 
shall noticed the three beautiful 
murals hanging on the wall. The 
murals were designed and painted 
by JAAHS art students to celebrate the 
state's sesquicentennial anniversary. 
The Art Club made the city emblem 
for the community. 

New teachers added to Marshall's 
Art Department were Mr. Mike Sla- 
baugh and Miss Laura Helme. 

Expression in different types of art 
forms was a main objective of the 
department headed by Mr. Edward 
Ring. 





Applying several shades in order to give his painting a realistic look is senior Kenny Parks. He is a 
members of the Advanced Art Class instructed by Mr. Charles Glore. These students must have a 
prerequisite of Art I, II, III, IV, V, and VI, and a desire to continue in art. 



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Patriots learn 
hard facts 
on drink, drug 



The Physical Education Department 
started this year with a lower enroll- 
ment, even though there are four 
classes scheduled each period. 

New faces seen in the department 
are Richard Cummings and John 
Fellows. Also new is a Gymnastics 
Club sponsored by Mrs. Karen AAann- 
weiler which has plans of going into 
competition with other schools. 

The emphasis on alcohol and nar- 
cotics was shown by the four classes 
taught by Clark Froning. These stu- 
dents learn the fundamental facts 
and statistics concerning alcohol and 
narcotics. 

Two classes are also offered each 
semester in Drivers Education. 





ABOVE — Performing a difficult acrobatic stunt 
during their Physical Education class are juniors 
Jan Connor and Bonnie Wheeler. 

RIGHT — Pointing out the areas of the brain that 
are harmed by an excess of alcohol and narcotics 
is instructor Mr. Clark Froning. 






Lecturing to his Alcohol and Narcotics class is 
Mr. Froning. The class studies the misuse and 
dangers of alcohol and drugs. 



The gymnasium is a room full of activity right before class starts. Girls get in practice shots while 
others wait for class to begin. Basketball is only one of the many sports the classes take part in. 
Others include soccer, volleyball, table tennis, badmitten, and some track. 



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Operating the driving simulators is one of the major parts of Driver 
Education classes. Real driving experience is also provided along with 
an understanding of traffic rules and regulations. Drivers Ed. gives 
students an advantage toward later driving. 





ABOVE — Watching his Freshmen Physical tauca- 
tion class perform their daily exercises before 
class begins is Mr. Theodore Pollock. 

LEFT — To increcse fine muscle tone and agility 
these freshmen boys wrestle until one of them is 
caught in a hold and can't get up. 



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Night School 
enrollment 

doubles 



John Marshall's Reserve Officers 
Training Corps headed by Sgt. 
Richard Stoe emphasized gaining 
leadership for the individual. Military 
training and discipline also played 
an important part in ROTC training. 

This was the second year for night 
school at JMHS. Its enrollment almost 
doubled from 476 students the year 
before to 881 students this year. Be- 
sides required courses, night school 
offered classes in geneology, pho- 
tography, craft arts, wig care, and 
knitting. 





ABOVE — Standing at attention while being inspected by Sgt. 
Richard Stoe is John Marshall's Reserved Officers Training 
Corps. It is an important part of school life. 

UPPER RIGHT — The ROTC participated in city activities by 
marching in numerous parades throughout the school year, 
one of which was the Veterans Day parade. 

LOWER RIGHT — Presenting the Colors is the ROTC Color Guard. 
Being a member of the Color Guard is a high honor and im- 
portant position to hold in ROTC. 




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ABOVE — Teaching United States History and 
Economics during one of John Marshall's nights 
school classes is Mr. Ralph Bedwell. 

UPPER LEFT — Keeping track of his records is an 
important part of the work of Mr. Clifford Snyder 
as Director of Evening School. 

LOWER LEFT — Holding the attention of her Eve- 
ning School Spanish class is Miss Ellen Gruber 
who is at JMHS during the day. 




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Mike Gluff as Max Detweiler gives singing lessons to the children. He is trying to prepare 
them for a scheduled concert. Mike is a senior and is active in the Marshallaires and the 
Concert Choir. 



Going through make-up, Cathy Brown, a grade 
school pupil is getting ready to go on stage for 
"The Sound of Music." 

Elsa (Terri Kauffman), Max (Mike Gluff) and 
the Captain (Charles Welhoelter) sing that 
"There's no way to stop it!" 





Proposing to Maria Rainer is Captain von Trapp. 
The parts are played by Mary Crockett, senior 
and Charles Welhoelter, junior. 

The finale brings the entire cast upon stage to 
sing De Re Me and to take their final bows as 
the curtain drops. 




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'Sound of Music' involves 110 students 




The Mother Abbess (Susan Murray) and Sister Sophia (Lynn Allegree) discuss fhe problems of the 
postulate Maria and how they should attempt to solve them. The Mother Abbess and the other nuns 
decide to send Maria to serve as a temporary governess for the von Trapp children. 



John Marshall High School pre- 
sented "The Sound of Music" as the 
fall musical. Gayle Byers, The musical 
director,- Miss Pat Clifford, the acting 
director, and Paul Justice, the techni- 
cal director, combined efforts of more 
than 100 students in music, drama 
and stagecraft classes on November 
19th and 20th. 

The cast had 73 students with 
Mary Crockett having the lead role 
as Maria Rainer and Charles Wel- 
hoelter as Captain von Trapp. 

The plot of the story involved 
Maria Rainer as a postulate having 
trouble becoming a nun. The Mother 
Abbess, Susan Murray, suggested she 
obtain a position as a governess. 
Maria does so, falls in love and gets 
married to the captain. Other major 
characters included Sister Berthe, 
Joni Patterson; Sister Magaretta, Lynn 
Allegree; Elsa Schraeder, Terri Kauff- 
man, and Max Detweiler, Mike Gluff. 




The strict Captain von Trapp orders his children to wear military uniforms 
in order to preserve discipline in the household. The children sing the children 
are singing songs taught to them by their new governess. 




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'Take me Along' Theme for Pats on Parade 



"Take Me Along" became the 
theme of this year's production of 
Patriots on Parade. The talent show 
was open to all who wanted to par- 
ticipate with songs, dances, and skits 
representing the American tradition. 

The comedy-drama, Madwoman of 
Chaillot, was presented February 18 
and 19. The main plot involved the 
Countess Aurelia and her four mad- 
women friends. 

The Drama Club went to see Plaza 
Suite at the Civic Theater and Ap- 
plause at Clowes Hall. The members 
enjoyed both of these programs in 
addition to the dramatic activities. 

The Thespian Club is an Honorary 
Society for school actors, who through 
their roles in the plays, have accumu- 
lated enough points to be selected as 
a member. 

BELOW — Garrett Zawadsky, as Pierre, looks on 
while Bernie Cooper, as Countess Auralia, ex- 
plains why he must not commit suicide. 





ABOVE — Sophomore Bill Breeden, junior Mike Murphy, sophomore Robert Moore and senior Mike 
Gluff act in comedy skit "Is it time yet?" which recurred during "Patriots on Parade." "Patriots on 
Parade" included and song on March 24 and 25. 



RIGHT — M. Glotfelty, the policeman, talks to 
B. Cooper, Countess Aurelia; J. Kimsey, the Rag- 
man, and B. Anderson. 



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National Thespian Society members Patty Dikum and Bob 
Smith are entertained during a garden party at the home of 
the Von Trapp family in the musical, The Sound of Music. 

The cast of "Mad Woman of Chai I lot ' practiced each evening. 
The play is directed by Miss Patricia Clifford and the cast 
was chosen from Thespians and Drama Club members. 




DRAMA CLUB — BOTTOM ROW: M. Bunnell, S. Corne, S. Harrison, J. Sterrett, 
J. Kane, B. Maxwell, J. Brunnemer, P. Sullivan, G. Brandenburg, R. Butler, 
B. Smith. SECOND ROW: Liz Ebert, S. Trotter, K. McDuffey, L. Sentman, R. 



Boughton, L. Jahnke, J. Kimsey, M. Mulgrove, M. Johnson. THIRD ROW: S. 
Harding, C. Brewer, R. Steadman, G. Zawadsky, D. Williams, M. Glodfelty, 
M. Childress, J. Elder, R. Jordan, D. Wallen, C. Lee, B. Mooney, R. Aultman. 



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Seniors Sandy Pointer and Tom Larkins take time 
from dancing to listen to the sounds of Stones 
Crossing. 



Randy Phegley of the Liberator staff, pours apple cider as refreshment for the annual turn-about dance 
sponsored by the Publications Department. Staff members volunteered to help at the dance. The turn- 
about is the only semi-formal dance held at Marshall. 




The turnabout dance, the dance in which the girls ask the 
boys, is the biggest dance of the year. The rock band, Stones 
Crossing played at the dance for the second year. 

Seniors Julie Delks and Steve Carbone are dancing in the main 
foyer of the school where the dance was held. The dance was 
a semi-formal affair and 125 couples attended. 



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Turnabout, Military Ball big formal dances 




Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Haynes with Mr. and Mrs. James Rodeheffer enjoy 
the festivities of the Junior-Senior Prom at the Sherwood Country Club, 
June 6. Many faculty attended. 



The ROTC Department made the decorations and planned "Hopefully Some- 
day" as the theme of the dance. The department also provided refreshments 
and music for the guys and their girlfriends. 




Fashionable couples attended the 
annual Turnabout Dance. The semi- 
formal dance was sponsored by the 
publications staffs, November 7, in 
the main foyer. 

The 1971 Junior-Senior Prom with 
the theme "The Morning of Our Lives" 
and the music of the Fantastics took 
place at the Sherwood Country Club, 
June 6. This was the first year for a 
combined Junior-Senior Prom. 

The Military Ball sponsored by the 
members of the ROTC was attended 
by more than 50 couples, March 10. 
The theme was "Hopefully, Someday" 
and was in the cafeteria. 




Each year members of the ROTC invite their friends to the formal Military 
Ball. Punch was provided for the dance. The Military Ball was a social 
success for Sgt. Stoe and the ROTC members. 



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RIFLE TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Mac Mullins, Mike Hauser, Jim 
Blanchard, John Miller. TOP ROW: Jack Mullins. Donald Poff, 
Gary Synder, Charlie Radcliffe, Mike Bonham. The rifle range 



provides the rifle feam members a chance to improve their 
skills. Top firers for the squad were Blanchard and Hauser. 



DRILL TEAM — G. Howard, T. Twigg, J. Patton, P. Smith, D. 
Wade, C. Johnson, C. Orcutt, J. Miller, J. Brooks, G. Snyder. 
Members of the Drill Team directed by Sergeant Richard S. 



Stoe drill at practice sessions after school. The team com- 
peted at area meets and performed at the Spring Inspection 
for the corps. 



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GIRL'S DRILL TEAM — Seated: Cassandra Allen, Geralyn McGill, Sheryl King, 
Derotha Goodman, Stephanie Smith, Jennie Clouse, Alma Hagoods, Mary 
Ann Hill, Susie Davis, Lora Shelton, Bernie Cooper, Nadine Carney. 



Drill Team, 
Rifle Men 
earn awards 



The Rifle Team under the guidance 
of Sgt. Richard Stoe completed a year 
of tough competition with other 
schools. The three major riflemen 
were Jim Blanchard, Guy Collins and 
Mack AAullins. These boys represented 
John Marshall in the all-city matches 
and won the city-trophy. 

The Boys' Drill Team under the 
leadership of Sgt. Stoe completed 
their drill routine with other schools. 
The captain was Don Wade. 

The Girls' Drill Team had new 
sponsors, Miss Susan Lange and Miss 
Patrica Lanahan. They and the girls 
had worked hard on their new drill 
steps. They also competed in contests 
with other schools. The captain, Billie 
Brown, drilled the girls in routines in 
JMHS halls and parking lot. During 
the year the girls raised money to 
buy new uniforms. 




SFC Van Purcell, Major Don Cooper, SSG Chris Orcutt and 
First Lieutenant Don Wade, all members of the ROTC Drill 
Team, perform during the Annual Federal Inspection. Last 



year ROTC came off with several awards for both individual 
and group abilities. The drill team has always had top awards 
in competition. 



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ABOVE — Members of the History Club voice their opinions and ideas on 
current issues. The History Club sponsored by Mr. Dwight Shaw annually 
goes to the Indianapolis Speedway time trials. 

RIGHT — A Junior Teresa Holden, a member of Future Teachers of America, 
presides over an English 5 class on "turnabout day" where FTA student 
taught the classes. 

BELOW — The German Club sponsors many money-making projects in order 
to send selected members to Germany for the summer. It celebrated the 
German Faushing Season by sponsoring a dance. 




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French teacher, Miss Nancy Signorino, who also sponsors the French Club, 
explains to students how to tell time in Spanish. Miss Signorino has sponsor- 
ed the club for two years. 



Clubs sponsor 
feasts, films 
and projects 



The History Club has shown films 
and tried to create an interest in his- 
tory with the entire student body. Fu- 
ture Teachers of America with advisor 
Mrs. Susan Schoenherr sponsored sev- 
eral projects directed at helping mem- 
bers to become teachers. The Ger- 
man Club has 60 members with ad- 
visors Miss WinEllen Gruber and 
Brice Tressler. 

French language students joined 
the French Club to learn about 
France's culture. The Spanish Club 
members, Los Patroitas, expended 
special efforts in developing interests 
in the Spanish language. The Latin 
Club was sponsored by Byron Cooper 
and had their annual Roman Banquet. 





ABOVE — Left to right: Mr. William Jefferson, Judy Martin, Joni Plummer, 
Suzanne TeVault, Steve Campbell, Vicki Murray, Marisa Mullins, and Kim 
Robinson. Mr. Jefferson is new to Marshall this year. 

LEFT — Rehearsing their parts are the Latin students. Each year the Latin 
Club does a play spoken in English about the past history of their language. 
Latin students read plays in Latin. 




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The Chess Team sponsored by Mr. David Greenburg concentrates on their 
next moves to beat opponents from another Chess Team. The quiet library 
provides the definite silence which is required. 

Organizing the Radio Club this year were Mr. Martin Coogan. Mr. Robert 
Carr, and Mr. Paul Justice. The members of the Radio Club learn Morse 
Code and the basics of radio procedure. 

Naturalist members have built a bird house as one of their projects to pro- 
tect wildlife. The Naturalists took a bird-watching expedition December 29. 







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Radio Club Marshall's newest hobby group 




Theodore Forte demonstrates the use of a computer to Dennis Twigg (seated), Frank Williams and 
Cindy Deglar. The Freshman Computer Club aims to learn through experience basic computer skills, 
which they can later develop upon in computer math. Miss Thorne teaches Unified Math. 



The Chess Team competed against 
other high schools each week. Its 
captain was Robin Cooper and the 
club was sponsored by David Green- 
burg. Naturalists members and ad- 
visor, Mr. Robert Weaver, took trips 
to places such as the Chicago Zoo 
and birdwatching spots. The Radio 
Club with advisor Paul Justice was 
started this year and many students 
took an active interest. 

The Freshman Computer Club, 
under the direction of Miss Stephanie 
Thorne, created an opportunity to 
learn about computer techniques. The 
Bowling Team with president, Dave 
Edwards and advisor, Mrs. Nicholas 
Pipino, competed with themselves 
every other week at North Eastwood 
Bowl. 




Members of the bowling team, headed by Mr. Pipino advise one another on the correct procedures 
to take for better bowling. Charles Welhoelter receives tips from two teammates before rolling the 
next ball during league competition at North Eastwood Bowl. The club members learn proper skills. 




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Singing groups perform in 'Yuletide Concert' 



Members of the Marshallaires, Con- 
cert Choir and the Liberty Belles, led 
by director Mr. Gayle Byers, perform- 
ed at school functions and other civic 
organizations. The Marshallaires rep- 
resented Marshall's top singing ability 
and consisted of 15 boys and girls. 
The group toured the city and partici- 
pated in the Solo and Ensemble Di- 
vision of the state contest. The group 
was provided with new maroon velvet 
dresses and black semi-formal tux- 
edos. 

The Concert Choir participated in 
the all city choir festival on Monu- 
ment Circle. The 50 members of the 
choir wore floor length robes. 

The Liberty Belles was a group of 
46 girls who performed for Marshall's 
Christmas program and the Eastmins- 
ter Church. They sang medlies and 
songs appropriate to the theme of the 
program and season. The girls per- 
formed in long black skirts and white 
ruffled blouses. The music groups 
have close contact with the com- 
munity. 



RIGHT: D. Nordsieck, M. Gluff, J. Patterson and 
B. Fuller, members of Concert Choir, form a 
quartet during the annual Christmas program. 




MARSHALLAIRES — TOP ROW: Mike Murphy, Joni Patterson, Bill Breeden, 
Terri Kauffman, Charles Welhoelter, Donna Kennard, Larry Bixler, Susan 
Wheasler. BOTTOM ROW: Marsha Kimbel, Mike Gluff, Lyn Allegree, Don 



Weaver, Susan Murray, Robby Moore, Bonnie Fuller. The group is a selection 
of top performers in the Music Department. 



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CONCERT CHOIR — BOTTOM ROW: M. Crockett, P. Dikum, V. Walker, K. 
Rissor, S. Murray, J. Jarvis, S. South, T. Kauffman, K. Hoffman, J. Benge, 
B. Fuller, L. Allegree. ROW TWO: M. Kimbel, P. Truscha, J. Patterson, L. 
Cory, D. Kennard, T. Evans, D. Alcorn, G. Tompkins, D. Lewallen, D. Clod- 



felter, J. Brewster, D. McDowell, T. Drake. ROW THREE: M. Hamilton, R. 
Moore, M. St. Clair, S. Hall, D. Nordsieck, J. Rutherford, D. Murray, D. 
Elmore, D. Weaver. TOP ROW: S. Boyle, G. Below, G. Parks, D. Paff, B. 
Anderson, B. Breedon, C. Welhoelter, L. Bixler, D. Brunnelle, R. Cooper. 




GIRL'S CHOIR — BOTTOM ROW: M. Colon, L. Bumpas, C. Sayer, K. Rether- 
ford, P. Goodman, B. Sexton, K. McDuffee, K. Day, L. Zeismer, L. Palmer, 
S. Johnson, J. Medford, S. Brancheau. MIDDLE ROW: S. Moulder, V. Murry, 
R. Butler, C. Skirvin, L. Sentman, D. Ficklin, M. Bunnell, D. Lewis, C. Coop- 
stick, K. Begley, J. Bedwell, K. Gorman, D. Byers, V. Browning. TOP ROW: 



M. Pheiffer, M. Holmes, T. Manning, T. McMillan, B. Walder, M. Muldrow, 
S. TeVault, D. Cecil, S. Wheasler, J. Levine, D. Criswell, T. Evans, K. Mer- 
rick, P. Marks. The girls make their own outfits and perform at community 
and school gatherings. 



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ORCHESTRA — BOTTOM ROW: B. Dyke, B. Schanks, T. Trotter, D. Britton, A. 
Lembke, S. Schulti, J. Brewster. SECOND ROW: K. Robinson, S. Jarchow, V. 
Murray, F. Colon, D. Wells, T. Long, M. St. Clair, M. Blaydoe, G. Hole, K. 
Partridge, J. Kimsey, J. Ramer. TOP ROW: M. Retherford, R. Brandes. The 



orchestra performs at 'Sound of Music' and their own concerts. Many of 
the students take private lessons to improve their study. The group practices 
together and in sections to get the correct symphonic sound. 



SYMPHONIC BAND — BOTTOM ROW: S. McHugh, P. Pidcock, F. Colon, D. 
Wells. SECOND ROW: E. Gloye, R. Smith, P. Lewallen, J. Ramer, J. Kimsey, 
K. Partridge. THIRD ROW: M. Byerly, M. Blaydoe, J. Benge, S. Malander, 
D. Lorton, D. Doerr, D. Boughton, M. Dye, D. Lorton. TOP ROW: B. Butler, 



M. Retherford, J. Heman, M. Rogier, G. Gaither, P. Lockridge, S. Kafader, J. 
Heath, S. Askren. The sections of the band often splinter to perform in 
other bands. A dance band, the marching band, and the pep band share 
some of the members. 



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Bandsmen perform movie, Broadway Themes 




Two hour practice sessions began 
last August 12 for Marching Band 
members. The Marching Band per- 
formed through the football season 
before the game and at half-time. 
They also participated in the Veterans 
Day parade at Monument Circle and 
in other parades. 

The pep band took over during the 
basketball season playing songs in 
accordance to the half-time show. The 
pep band consisted of volunteers from 
the other bands and accompanied the 
Patriettes in their routines. 

School auditoriums and special con- 
certs were given by the symphonic 
band. The Symphonic Band played 
everything from rock to classical 
pieces. 

The twenty members of the Or- 
chestra, directed by Mr. Raymond 
Brandes, performed classical music. 



The Pep Band plays at each home basketball 
game and keeps the spirits of the crowd high. 
The band is conducted by Mr. Stephen Hum- 
phreys. 



SYMPHONIC BAND — BOTTOM ROW: K. Retherford, D. Nahre, S. Messer- 
smith, J. Bedwell, L. Shrout. SECOND ROW: G. Hole, I. Goldblatt, J. Jahnke, 
J. Barnett. THIRD ROW: M. Blaydoe, T. Long, G. Thomerson, L. Baird, A. 
Sokolec, K. Kafader, S. Adams, G. Degler, D. Cline. TOP ROW: J. Rether- 



ford, P. Wicker, T. Woods, J. Cornelius, G. Cotone, M. Goar, A. Gluff, J. 
Hawthorne, M. St. Clair, D. Nordseick. Symphonic band members wear the 
most formal outfits of the bands. It is also the largest band at JMHS. 




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Liberator gets new look for modern dress 



The Liberator staff worked to pro- 
duce an accurate and newsworthy 
weekly paper. The paper had a new 
look this year by changing the paper- 
stock, the nameplate, and the make- 
up style. Block style make-up and a 
page two which is in a larger type 
gave the paper a more modern look. 

This year the paper was edited by 
juniors Kathy Rogers and Jean Kane. 
In fact all of the major editors were 
juniors and sophomores. 

The Aerospace Club is sponsored 
by Mr. Harold Brown. The purpose of 
the club is to allow students to learn 
more about space travel. 

Just Us, the literary magazine, is 
composed of original poems, essays 
and short stories written by Marshall 
students. Miss Jane Franceschini, ad- 
visor, and the Just Us staff chose the 
best works which would represent 
Marshall literary talent. 




English teacher Miss Jane Franceschini as sponsor of Just Us advises Just Us staff members on which 
essays and poems should be chosen. 




ABOVE — Preparing to launch a small rocket for 
Aerospace research is Bud Spriggs. Members ex- 
periment with currents, velocity and speed. 

RIGHT — Demonstrating the airplane simulator is 
Mr. Clifford Scott and Mr. Harold Brown. Mr. 
Brown sponsors the Aerospace Club. 




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Absorbed in her thoughts, co-editor of the liberator, Jean 
Kane, works on her page to make it unusual and interesting. 



Proofreading and editing an article is co-editor Kathy Rogers. 
The paper was put out each week for the school by nearly 
30 students. 




NEWSPAPER STAFF — BOTTOM ROW: Pat Sullivan, Jean Kane, Kathy Rogers, 
Jim Kimsey, Tom Healy. SECOND ROW: Colleen Montgomery, Randy Phegley, 
Gary Degler, Steve Hall, Ray Kane, Linda Boughton, Diana Harden, Susan 



Brancheau. TOP ROW: Glenda Smith, Marc Blaydoe, Sharon Hubbard, John 
Moyer, Larry Jahnke, Patty Blunt, Steve Nokes, Jeff Eisinger, Bob Smith, 
Richard Benton, Debbie Byers. 



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Marhiscan staff captures Marshall spirit 



The production of the yearbook in- 
volved hours of writing copy, taking 
pictures, meeting deadlines and try- 
ing to please an entire student body. 
The Marhiscan is the staff's effort to 
capture the spirit of Marshall through 
the faces of the students and faculty. 

The advisor, Miss Janet Eberle, was 
always on hand to answer questions 
and review finished work with the 
Editor-in-Chief, Debbie Yancey. Deb- 
bie's responsibilities were shared 
among the rest of the staff. 

The Marhiscan and Liberator staff 
celebrated the completion of the year- 
book by having their annual picnic 
at the end of the year. 

The staff was chosen at the end 
of the year and will send its new 
Editor-in-Chief to Indiana University 
during the summer to take classes in 
yearbook work. More than 80 stu- 
dents are in publications. 




Dick Duncan, senior; Mark Combs, junior; Debbie Jarchow, junior; and Lynne Cory, junior, make 
decorations for the annual turnabout dance. Rotations was November 13th and was sponsored by the 
publication department and is the only semi-formal Marshall dance. 



Editor-in-Chief Debbie Yancey prepares a layout 
for the Marhiscan. Debbie attended journalism 
classes at IU last summer. 





YEARBOOK STAFF — BOTTOM ROW: Judy Martin, Sharon Crowe, Pam Ranee, Debby Jarchow, Debbie 
Yancey, John Essex, Ene Ruusma, Pat Lewallen. SECOND ROW: Susan Messersmith, Jan Burleson, Karen 
Meyers, Dave Hirch, Melanie Harlos, Carol Williams, Judy Butler. TOP ROW: Rick Geyer, Mark Combs, 
Dan Church, Jay Wilkerson, Steve Nokes, Rick Duncan, and Robert Shinkle. 



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QUILL AND SCROLL — BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Rogers, Regina Tompkins, Deb- 
bie Yancey, Pam Ranee, Jean Kane. TOP ROW: Debbie Byers, John Essex, 
Dick Duncan, Pat Lewallen, Par Sullivan, John Moyer. Quill and Scroll is 



an honorary publications society sponsored by Miss Janet Eberle. Ten new 
members were initiated at the annual induction banquet in the spring at 
Debbie Yancey's house. 




Junior John Moyer enlarges a photograph. Members of the Photography 
Clubs have the opportunity to share and develop different techniques; 
under the direction of the advisor. Miss Janet Eberle. 



John Moyer, Photography Club member, develops a roll of film in the 
John Marshall dark room. The Photo Club meets during the second semes- 
ter for those students interested in black & white photography. 




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Student Council members Judy Martin, Ene 
Ruusma, Debbie Yancey, Regina Tompkins and 
Kathy Rogers discuss plans for the activities 
period suggestion. 



John Moyer, student council Parliamentarian participates in youth in Government Day at the City- 
County by taking over Noble Pearcy's job as County Prosecutor. The purpose of Youth in Government 
Day was to expose selected Marion County high school students to the workings of city government. 




STUDENT COUNCIL — BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Marilyn Hardwick, J. Kimsey, R. 
Tompkins, J. Delks, J. Minor, J. Moyer, Mrs. Marjorie Christy. SECOND 
ROW: J. Minor, G. Higdon, D. Harmon, J. Kane, D. Parker, B. Cooper, 
M. McGill, D. Eckert, R. Copass, D. Connor, J. Bocock, V. Clark, T. Detz- 
ler, D. Young, V. Sausser, K. Retherford, D. Davenport, K. Smith. THIRD ROW: 
R. Gluff, R. Moore, G. Rodriquez, K. Rogers, M. Gluff, D. Yancey, 
J. Glasgo, B. McFarland, D. Brill, V. Urey, K. Robinson, C. Sales, D. Hart- 
man, J. Henderson, E. Eddy, J. Martin. FOURTH ROW: D. Hirsh, J. Detson, 
D. Elmore, K. Ridgway, A. Dugan, S. Wheasler, D. Jacobs, E. Ruusma, K. 



Hosbein, P. Bruse, V. Newell, L. Davis, T. Germany, J. Walls, C. Johnson, 
J. West. FIFTH ROW: V. Purcell, J. Eisinger, A. White, J. Barnett, J. Wilson, 
D. Foreman, D. Nelson, D. Duncan, S. Lee, P. Salvage, S. Piers, T. Kolcheck, 
D. Mason, D. Noble, C. Watson, B. Muffler, B. Walford, R. Whitacre, T. 
Forte, P. Day. TOP ROW: B. Walton, H. Evans, S. Fording, J. Zimmerman, 
T. Brown, J. Mills, B. Miller, R. McDonald, S. Slate, L. Hatcher, D. Ray, M. 
Davidson, S. Bullington, R. Clements, E. Ratcliff, R. Harris, D. Stevens, C. 
Ratcliff. 



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Extra-curricular activities as well as academic work help students become National Honor Society 
members. The Marshall Quiz Team members shown here in their winning match against Carmel are 
team members John Kimsey, John Moyer, Tom Begines, and Bob Copus. 




Films part 
of Council's 
Curriculum 



This year's Student Council com- 
posed of new cabinet members and 
representatives chosen from third 
period classes succeeded in revising 
the Council Constitution. They also 
purchased an all-school bulletin 
board and showed current films to 
the student body. The cabinet mem- 
bers included John Kimsey, president; 
Regina Tompkins, vice-president; John 
Moyer, parliamentarian; Julie Delks, 
secretary; and Jody Miner, treasurer. 

'Tap Day' was conducted by the 
members of the National Honor So- 
ciety to induct juniors and seniors who 
have achieved a high academic rec- 
ord. 



National Honor Society Officers — President, Bill Shipley; Treasurer, Tom Begines; Secretary, Micki 
Brewer; and Vice-president, Karen Hoffman. To be eligible for membership a junior must have a 6.75 
average and a senior must have an average of 6.25 or better. 




Through her participation in school activities 
and her high grade average, Regina Tompkins 
is a member of National Honor Society. 



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Quiz Team 
Appears on 
Channel 13 



Members of the Z Club, girls se- 
lected by their participation in activi- 
ties and scholarships, served as ush- 
ers at auditoriums and assisted at 
other school functions. At Christmas 
time, the Z Club took a trip to see the 
Indianapolis Zoo. 

The Quiz Team advised by Mr. 
Robert Craig included John Kimsey, 
Robert Copus, Tom Begines, John 
Moyer and Jim Kimsey. They appear- 
ed on Channel 13 as contestants. 

Physical education and library ex- 
perience students serve as assistants 
during the year. The IMC assistants 
under Mrs. Virginia McDonald shelved 
books and performed other functions 
necessary for the smooth library op- 
eration. The P.E. leaders, directed by 
Ted Pollock, helped with gym equip- 
ment and aided gym students in skill 
tests. 




EXERCISE IN KNOWLEDGE TEAM — Jim Kimsey, John Kimsey, Robert Copus, John Moyer and Tom 
Begines. Quiz Team members obtain information out of encyclopedias in order to prepare for their 
appearance in Channel 13's Exercise in Knowledge. Advisor Mr. Robert M. Craig drills the members 
at weekly meetings. 



Z-CLUB — BOTTOM ROW: Diane Clements, Jackie Bishop, Mariflor Colon, 
Judy Butler, Cindy Roberts, Karen Hoffman. TOP ROW: Miss Jean Uesseler, 
Debby Jarchow, Karen Meyer, Diane Smith, Micky Brewer, Susan Wheasler, 



Mrs. Marilyn Hardwick. Mrs. Marilyn Hardwick and Mrs. Jean Uesseler ad- 
vise the Z Club on all their projects. Z Club is a junior and senior girls' 
honorary. 



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Library assistants, Sophomore Patty Dikum and Junior Charles 
Welhoelter, shelve books in Marshall's IMC. The assistants 
also check out books and mend bindings. Mrs. Virginia Mc- 



Donald, Mrs. Bernadette Collier, Mrs. Barbara Rainwater, and 
Mrs. Clara Moran help assistants learn their job. 





Annette Martin, Physical education leader, holds the rope steady for a 
student in advanced gym class. The leaders take down equipment, act 
as messengers, and assist students doing stunts. 



Senior Bill Muffler, as a member of the Weight-lifting Club is lifting 180 
pounds. Members of the football team join to improve their muscle tone 
and co-ordination. 



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Varsity wins first place at state competition 



During ninth period, series of 
shouts, jumps, and cheers were heard 
coming from the gymnasium. Anyone 
passing the gym would find 19 JAAHS 
cheerleaders practicing the cheers 
they planned to use at each game. 
Some of the other duties the cheer- 
leaders performed were planning 
pepsessions, selling badges and 
painting signs. 

Each girl was chosen by class- 
mates on the basis of poise, appear- 
ance, voice, citizenship, grade aver- 
age, and presentation of cheers. One 
more girl was chosen for each team 
than previous years. Eleven freshmen 
girls interested in cheerleading went 
to camp. Of the eleven, the six most 
qualified were chosen by the JV and 
Varsity cheerleaders and sponsor 
Mrs. Marthc Griffin. 



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Above — FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: BOTTOM ROW — Kim Fontana. SECOND ROW — Tina Gentry, Julie 
Worell, Lydia Holstein, Kim Kingsley, and alternate Darlene Davis. These girls help boost the Slimey 
Dogs to victory as well as paint signs and assist at Varsity games. 





Left — VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: BOTTOM TO 
TOP — B. Schaaf, C. Roberts, M. Fulton, A. 
Eckert, and Kim McDuffy pose on pep bus. 

Above — Prepared for the weather, Varsity 
Cheerleaders, Connie Coapstick and Kim Mc- 
Duffy don their new raincoats. 

Right — Preoccupied with the football schedule, 
cheerleaders Diane Nelson, Barb Schaaf and 
Alberta Eckert preview the Pat's opponent. 




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During Homecoming the JV and Varsity cheerleaders combine to lead the Marshall fans in "Two Bits." 
Each girl practices hard to convey the message of the true Patriot spirit. 





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Above — JV Cheerleaders (Bottom to top) E. 
Williams, D. Hartman, S. McKinley, C. Sales, M. 
Leon, and S. Benham. 

Left — Varsity Cheerleaders Mary Sue Fulton and 
Kim McDuffy look wide-eyed at the variety of 
plays of the Marshall football team. 

Below — Trying to build up school spirit, Varsity 
Cheerleader Diane Nelson chants a victory cry 
to the Patriot fans. 




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FOOTBALL PATRIETTES — Bottom Row: Julie Delks, Debbie Wells, Marge 
Bunnell, Debbie Lewis, Pam Doan, Karen Fitzpatricks, Dian Harmon. Top 
Row: Marsha Kimbel, Sandy Pierce, Jan Rosemeyer, Ruth Steadman, Many 



Kanter, Susan Trowbridge, Stacy Neeley. These girls provided entertainment 
with the band at halftime during football. 




Senior Julie Delks is one of the 38 Pafriettes who dance at home basketball 
. u .c;!Mimes performances. She was one of the co-captains along with Debbie 
Wells. 

The Cheerblock performs different hand routines at each home game and 
sport red vest, dark shorts, and red and white mitten. The girls designed 
routines to use during the games. 



70 



Patriettes, majorettes spark game breaks 




MAJORETTES — Liz Ebert, Becky Haywood, and Cathy Basso; captain, demonstrate one of the many 
poses they use at half-itme performances. The majorettes sponsored a soc-hop in order to raise money 
to pay for their new uniforms. 



Thirty-eight girls practiced hours 
after school each week to provide 
half-time entertainment at basketball 
and football games. Each week the 
Patriettes learned different routines 
planned by their advisor Mrs. Norma 
Dillon and some of the girls them- 
selves. The Patriettes wore new out- 
fits of blue hot pants and short red 
dresses with white boots. 

During the football season Major- 
ettes accompanied the Patriettes with 
various baton routines. The three 
girls, Liz Ebert, Becky Haywood and 
Cathy Basso, Captain, practiced every 
night after school. 

The Cheerblock sparked enthusi- 
asm at home basketball games. Led 
by the cheerleaders, the Cheerblock 
performed hand motions and partici- 
pated in all the yells. 

Each of these groups sponsored 
soc-hops during the year to raise 
money for uniforms. 




BASKETBALL PATRIETTES — BOTTOM ROW: Julie Delks, Debbie Wells, Marsha 
Kimball, Marge Bunnell, Debbie Lewis, Pam Doan, Karen Fitzpatrick, Dian 
Harmon, Stacy Neeley. SECOND ROW: Janey Roberts, Anne Dugan, Judy 
Levine, Jan Rosemeyer, Ruth Steadman, Mary Kantner, Susan Trowbridge, 
Sandy Pierce, Regina Tompkins, Chalotte Flowers, Sharon Lambert, Susan 



Martin. TOP ROW: Gail Higdon, Terri Schroer, Beth Curran, Melissa Pfeuffer, 
Terri Kolcheck, Liz Ebert, Kris Kirby, Vicki Crawley, Paula Marks, Linda 
Boughton, Sheia Harrison, Jan Burleson, Ene Ruusma, Karen Hosbein, Alma 
Haygoods, Liz Crowe, Sharon Johnson. 



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1971 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Rick Tichenor, Bob Wal- 
ford, Rick Ducan, Dan McGinley, Tom Larkins, Bill Muffler, Don Mason, Mike 
Gentry, Rick Harris, Luke Schaaf, Rusty Cline. SECOND ROW: Mike Holden, 
John Barnett, Steve Bullington, Ronnie Gentry, Jim Jensen, Andre White, 
Gordon Cranfield, Mike Sipes, John Essex, Terry Brown, Duane Christmon. 



TOP ROW: Coach Richard Stoe, Coach Rod Shaw, Mike Rowley, Paul Tessier, 
Terry Hockgesang, Dan Uhlenhake, Jerry Booth, Steve Sokolek, Dennis 
Vaughn, Joe Kelle, Larry Bryant, Rick Wilson, Terry Reckert, Coach Mike 
Thomas, Coach Mojo Hollowell. The 1971 Varsity team ended with a 3-7 
record for the season. 




Around right end, Senior Paul Tessier carries the ball against Arlington for 
extra yardage. Tessier carried the ball a total of 114 times for 418 yards 
and a 3.7 average. He made 28 points with 4 touchdowns. 

Explaining a play to first string quarterback Mike Gentry is Coach Majo 
Hollowell. Mojo coached the Patriots to three victories over Howe, Greenfield 
and Ritter. Gentry was named "Best Offensive Back". 



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Gentry receives All-City defensive honors 




Marshall's Varsity football team 
ended their 1971 season with a 3-7 
record scoring victories over Howe, 
Ritter, and Greenfield. Mike (7eke) 
Gentry, Marshall's senior quarterback 
was fifth in scoring in the city with 
77 points and was chosen All-City 
defensive halfback. Mike (Quake) 
Rowley and Larry (Bopper) Bryant re- 
ceived honorable mention in the city. 
Gentry was also voted most valuable 
back, and Bryant was voted the most 
valuable lineman. 

Tom (Uncle) Larkins and Andre 
(Wizzer) White were the only players 
on the team that intercepted passes 
and ran for touchdowns. Some of the 
outstanding players were Rick (Cat- 
man) Harris, Paul (Five-O) Tessier, 
Bryant and Rowley. 

Harris, a first-year varsity player, 
caught a punt, and, for the first time 
in Marshall's history ran 67 yards for 
a Patriot touchdown. Of the 1971 
team, 15 of the players were seniors, 
1 1 were sophomores. 



Handing off into the line to halfback Bill Muffler, 
is quarterback Mike Gentry. This season Muffler 
gained 189 yards in 54 carries. 



Leading the Patriots onto Sullivan Field is Mike 
Sipes. Closely following is the starting offensive 
team. 



1971 VARSITY 


FOOTBALL 




OPP 


JMHS 


Shortridge 


34 


6 


Howe 


14 


22 


Arlington 


40 


14 


Lawrence Central 


24 


20 


Greenfield Central 


6 


29 


Ritter 


29 


36 


Chatard 


41 


6 


Roncalli 


23 


22 


Tech 


34 


8 


Scecina 


34 


22 


CITY RECORD — 2 wins, 


6 losses 




COUNTY RECORD — 1 win, 1 loss 






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1971 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Mike Come, 
Robert Jackson, Bob Smith, Doug Wampler, Tom James, Steve Lee, Raul 
Padro. SECOND ROW: Paul Dickerson, Greg Holstein, Joe Clements, Don 



Weaver, Charlie Rattclife, Kevin Williams, Jeff Sloan. TOP ROW: Ron Schaf- 
fer, Steve Green, Wayne Bartels, Lee Hatcher, Duane Christmon, Dennis 
Vaughn, Brian James, Henry Eisenbarth. 







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1971 JV 


FOOTBALL 




OPP 


JMHS 


Shortridge 


32 





Howe 


16 


8 


Arlington 


42 


16 


Franklin Central 


12 


24 


Lawrence Central 


40 


32 


Ritter 




forfeit 


Chatard 





6 


Brebeuf 


24 


16 


Tech 








Scecina 


14 


6 


1971 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 




OPP 


JMHS 


Shortridge 





6 


Howe 


8 


6 


Arlington 


2 


26 


Broad Ripple 


12 


6 


Franklin Central 





22 


Chatard 


16 





Roncalli 





6 


Ritter 





18 


Tech 


14 





Scecina 


12 


12 


1971 JV RECORD- 


-3-6-1 




1971 FRESHMAN RECORD — 5-4 


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Looking for an open receiver, Terry Reckert 
jumps for a quick pass before being tackled in 
Jamboree action against Broad Ripple. At the 



Jamboree played at the first of the year, Mar- 
shall won the pre-season game with a score of 
35-6. 



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Frosh tally 
five wins; 
JV f 3-6-1 



The Junior Varsity came out with 
a 3-6-1 season shutting out two of 
their opponents. They proved vic- 
torious over teams such as Franklin 
Central, Ritter, and Chatard, all dur- 
ing mid-season. The team scored a 
game high of 32 points against 
Lawrence Central. The one tie came 
against Tech at 0-0. The only other 
time Marshall failed to cross the goal 
was the season opener against Short- 
ridge. Among the highlights of the 
year was Chris Fields' runback of a 
kickoff, 74 yards. 

The Freshmen ended another sea- 
son with a winning record. One of 
the team's standouts was fullback 
Joe Wright who helped maintain a 
team with coordination and balance. 
The Slimy Dogs were led by the 
coaching of John Deal and Dick 
Cummings. 



Having scored a touchdown for Marshall, varsity 
player Rick Harris is congratulated by Assistant 
Coach Thomas and senior Rick Ducan. 




1971 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL — BOTTOM ROW: Bill Reid, Paul Salvage, Greg 
Majors, Delbert Whitney, Gordon Kirby, Ronnie Boggs, Bob Carney, Larry 
Prophet, Joe Schneideker, John Genry, Glenn Pressel, Mike Thompson, Guy 
Swinford, Bill Worley, Ken Fording. SECOND ROW: Kevin Smith, Bill Weaver, 
David Huff, Tom Kuhn, Paul Holden, Mike Child, Ronny Clements, Mark 
Rushton, Tim McGinley, Mike Fisher, Scott Macy, Kurk Woodcock, David 



Wills, Ron Martin, Dennis Reardon, William Blanchard, Dennis Kugler. TOP 
ROW: Wes Spang, Tony Cole, Dennis Moore, Gregory Shemwill, Michael 
Wilkerson, Kevin Rayford, Mike Lasley, Tom Grant, Joe Wright, Arthur May- 
berry, Carl Thompson, Tom Owens, Tom Smith, Mike Davis, Larry Carmon, 
Kenny Troutman, Tom Essex, Dan Stockdale, Richard Benton, Coach John 
Deal. The "Slimy Dogs" finished with a winning season. 



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1972 VARSITY BASKETBALL 





Opp 


JMHS 


Howe 


79 


86 


Ritter 


48 


73 


Arlington 


90 


72 


Scecina 


67 


68 


Manual 


68 


63 


Franklin Central 


63 


52 


North Central 


68 


74 


Ben Davis 


76 


71 


Chatard 


60 


57 


Broad Ripple 


60 


67 


Northwest 


67 


76 


Tech 


74 


67 


Scecina 


68 


87 


Attucks 


68 


50 


Southport 


72 


64 


Beech Grove 


48 


68 


Lawrence Central 


53 


63 


Greenfield 


50 


69 


Wood 


63 


81 


Brebeuf 


67 


71 



Driving the baseline is number 44, Chuck Brewer. This was one of Brewer's most effective moves for 
sinking a basket to climb closer to the City scoring championship. Brewer achieved a total of 488 
points on the season and led the team to a 12-8 record. 

Shooting for the hoop is junior Ronnie McBride against Howe on Marshall's own court. McBride 
was playing at the guard position and attempting to put the Patriot's 79th and 80th points on the 
board. In the background is Gene Gholson preparing for a rebound. 




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With six seconds remaining in the game, JV players Steve Sokolek, Lee Hatcher, Mike Holden and 
Mark Campbell struggle for the rebound against Scecina in a close loss of 53-49. Many of the boys 
who played JV also competed in some varsity games. 



Marshall closed the 1971-72 varsity 
basketball season with a 12-8 record. 
Highlighting the year was senior 
Chuck Brewer capturing the Marion 
County scoring championship. Brewer 
achieved the scoring crown by main- 
taining a 24.4 point average and had 
a game high of 41 points against 
Tech. 

Sophomore Howard Bowling led 
the team in rebounding and was sec- 
ond in scoring with an 18 plus aver- 
age. The Patriots defeated such high- 
ly regarded teams as North Central, 
Northwest and Brebeuf. Marshall's 
closest attempt to top 100 was an 87- 
68 victory over Scecina. 

The six graduating seniors leave 
only Howard Bowling and Ronnie Mc- 
Bride from among the starters of the 
varsity team. 




1971-72 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Bottom Row: Dave 
Glaspie, Mike Hull, Bill Shipley, Ron McBride, Arnold Free- 
man. TOP ROW: Chuck Brewer, Larry Bryant, Steve Sokolek, 



Howard Bowling, Gene Gholson, Joe Wootan, Bob Mehl, 
Coach Roger Schroder. The team ended their season with a 
12-8 record, and placed third in the City Tourney. 



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1971-72 JV BASKETBALL TEAM— BOTTOM ROW: John Crab- 
tree, Perry White, Henry Eisenbarth, Bob Austin, Steve Sokolek, 
Joe Harlow. TOP ROW: Doug Wampler, Mike Holden, Dave 

Reaching for the rebound is sophomore Howard Bowling. This 
is Bowling's first year on the varsity team under the direction 
of Coach Roger Schroder. Bowling led the team in rebounds 



Claspie, Tom Brown, Arnold Freeman, Lee Hatcher, Doug 
Jones, Steve Cluggish and Coach Clark Froning. The JV squad 
finished 12 and 8 for the 1971-72 season. 



and was second in scoring with an 18 plus average. The 
team took third place in the City Tourney by defeating 
Scecina. 




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1971-72 JV 


BASKETBALL 






Opp 


JMHS 


Howe 




36 


53 


Ritter 




31 


56 


Arlington 




43 


41 


Scecina 




53 


49 


Manual 




49 


44 


Franklin Central 




38 


45 


North Central 




57 


48 


Ben Davis 




41 


42 


Chatard 




34 


33 


Broad Ripple 




46 


55 


Northwest 




32 


30 


Howe 




39 


64 


Shortridge 




42 


37 


Attucks 




44 


46 


Southport 




41 


48 


Beech Grove 




27 


41 


Lawrence Central 




34 


42 


Greenfield 




56 


50 


Wood 




56 


61 


Brebeuf 




55 


58 


1971 -72 season 


record 


— 1 2 wins, 


8 losses 








JV's finish with six of seven wins 




Talking over team strategy is varsity coach Roger Schroder. Schroder, who 
has coached basketball at Marshall since 1965, has accumulated in six 
years a 58 win-59 loss record. 

Laying the ball up is senior Joe Wootan who is being defended by an 
Arlington player. Marshall went on to lose the game, 90-72, but this loss 
sparked them on to an important win again Scecina, 68-67. 



Under the coaching of Mr. Clark 
Froning, the junior varsity basketball 
team finished another successful sea- 
son. Arnold Freeman took high scor- 
ing honors with an average of 13.6 
points per game, and Jeff Eisinger led 
in free throw shooting with 73 per 
cent of his shots good. Freeman also 
had the greatest number of points for 
one game, 23. The JV team sagged 
through the first half of the season 
with a 7-8 record but came on strong 
in the second half winning six out of 
seven games. They finished the sea- 
son 1 2 and 8. 

With nineteen players on the fresh- 
man team, Coach Gerald Daily pilot- 
ed the team to a 4-13 record. This 
was Coach Daily's first year of coach- 
ing at Marshall. The first team con- 
sisted of Mike Wilkerson, Anthony 
Cole, Kevin Cheatham, Paul Lucas, 
Richard Benton, Bruce Barclay, Joe 
Snedeker, Kent Lee, Dave Simmons, 
Mike Marks and Leslie Johnson. 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Bob Glenn, Joe Snedeker, 
Mark Rushton, Tim Grant, Kent Lee, Dave Simmons, Mike Marks, Leslie 
Johnson, Greg Majors. TOP ROW: Coach Gerald Daily, Bob Caldwell, Mike 



Wilderson, Bob Paulson, Santee Murrell, Anthony Cole, Kevin Cheatham, 
Paul Lucas, William Blanchard, Richard Benton, Bruce Barclay. The Frosh 
team finished with 4 wins and 1 3 losses. 



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Varsity breaks even at 5-5; JV's finish 7-3 



Patriot Varsity wrestlers captured 
second place in the City tourney al- 
though they just broke even, 5-5, for 
the season. Ron Gentry (132), and 
Mike Rowley (HW) finished first in the 
city while Joe Kelle (185), and Kevin 
Norton (145) finished second and 
Lawrence Johnson (1 19) and Joe Nor- 
ton (1 12) finished third. 

The team was led by Ron Gentry, 
who besides his first in City, captured 
a first in the Washington 8-way and 
a third in the state sectionals. Coach- 
ing the Patriots this year was George 
McCool for the fifth straight year. 
There will be seven varsity wrestlers 
returning next year for the 1972-73 
season. 

The JV team placed two wrestlers 
second in the city with Raul Padro 
(132) and Rick Clements (119). The 
JV's marched to a winning 7-3 rec- 
ord, bowing only to Warren Central, 
Ben Davis and AAooresville. Among 
their accomplishments was a 66-3 
victory over Howe. Mr. Mike Thomas 
coached this year's team to their 
winning record. 




Struggling to keep his man down, Ron Gentry was awarded two points for a reversal in the city 
tourney. This placed Marshall second in the championship meet at Arlington High School. Ron Gentry, 
a city finalist, will return next year to defend his title. 



1971-72 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM— BOTTOM ROW: Jerry Kuhn (98), Tim 
Wright (107), Joe Norton (112), Larry Johnson (127). SECOND ROW: Ron 
Gentry (107), Joe Aaron (137), Kevin Norton (145), Mike Gentry (155). 



TOP ROW: Head Coach George McCool, Coach Dick Cummings, John Dunn 
(165), Joe Kelle (185), Mike Rowley (HW), Coach Mike Thomas. The Varsity 
team ended their season even, 5-5. 



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JV WRESTLING TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Ken Ginger (98), Jeff Roberts (107), 
Bob Carney (112), Bob Cleveland (117), Tim McGinley (127), Paul Holder. 
(117). SECOND ROW: Steve Weston (112), Ron Clements (132), Raul Pedro 



(145), Jim Cady (127), Rick Clements (132). TOP ROW: Guy Swinford 
(137), Tom Essex (155), Tim Mellens (165), Mark Neff (HW). The JV finish- 
ed with a 7-3 winning season, another successful season. 



Throwing his man to the mat for an escape is 
Mike Rowley (HW). Rowley defeated his Chatard 
opponent for a first in the City Finals. 



1972 VARSITY WRESTLING 




Opp JMHS 


Howe 


10 30 


Mooresville 


15 39 


Manual 


26 17 


Lawrence Central 


6 37 


Scecina 


27 27 


City Tourney 


2nd 


Chatard 


26 17 


Ben Davis 


22 28 


Greenfield 


14 38 


Broad Ripple 


8 39 


Warren Central 


1 1 42 


Invitational 


4th 


1972 JV 


WRESTLING 




Opp JMHS 


Howe 


3 66 


Mooresville 


44 18 


Manual 


15 48 


Lawrence Central 


21 42 


Scecina 


20 43 


Chatard 


18 36 


Ben Davis 


36 15 


Greenfield 


18 33 


Broad Ripple 


21 36 


Warren Central 


45 5 


City Tourney 


5th 




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Frosh bring home City first, end season 5-2 



In ending their 1971-72 season, the 
Marshall freshmen wrestling team 
won 5 meets and lost 2. The team 
placed first in the City Tourney, bring- 
ing home the first championship for 
freshmen wrestlers. 

Undefeated in freshmen competi- 
tion were Tim AAcGinley (119), Paul 
Holden (126), and Ron Clements (188). 
Howe four-way meet champs were 
AAcGinley, Holden, Jerry Kuhn, and 
Clements. Coaching the freshmen this 
year was Richard Cummings. 

The 1971 cross country team finish- 
ed their season with a record of 2 
wins, 1 1 losses. The team displayed 
outstanding skill in runners Bob Co- 
pus, Jerry Kuhn and Ivan Bunies. 
Copus also was the outstanding har- 
rier for the second consecutive season. 
The '71 season brought to Marshall 
High School a new coach, John Fel- 
lows. 




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Reaching over the arm and under the leg for a cradle hold is sophomore Larry Johnson. Many coaches 
believe Johnson will be one of the best in the state within the next two years. Johnson was among 
the individuals who contributed to Marshall's second place finish in the City. 




1971-72 FRESHMEN WRESTLING TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Bob Carney, Doug 
Moore, Tim McGinley, Paul Holden. TOP ROW: Tom Kuhn, Ron Clements, 
Phil Sharnnon, Guy Swinford, Tom Essex. The team maintained a winning 



season with a 5-2 record. Outstanding wrestlers were Tim McGinley, Paul 
Holden, and Ron Clements, all undefeated in freshman competition and 
placed first in the Howe four-way meet. 



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Copus earns '71 Outstanding-Runner Award 




1971 JV CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Terry Smith, 
Tom Lucas, Dave Jones. TOP ROW: Mike Bonham — Manager, 
Steve Horste, Paul Lucas, and Coach John Fellows. 



Leading the pack is second-year runner Bob Copus. Copus is 
a senior and has been named outstanding Cross Country run- 
ner for both years. 




Sprinting toward the finish line is Mark Arnold, 
one of Marshall's Cross Country runners. The 
harriers finished with a 2-8-1 season. 



1971 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Brian Hurst, Bob Copus, Mark Arnold, Ivan 
Bunnas. TOP ROW: Mike Bonham — Manager, Ron Williams, Anthony Jackson, Tom Beginnes, Jerry 
Kuhns, and Coach John Fellows. This is Coach Fellows first year working with Marshall's Patriots. 






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Diamondmen 



close 



season 



with 18 wins 



Marshall drove on to their fourth 
straight winning season behind a 
strong pitching staff. The record was 
sparked by a mid-season winning 
streak of 7 wins and a final record 
of 18-9. 

Marshall's offense was led by 
Randy Kimberly's .419 hitting. Kim- 
berly now holds two Marshall records 
by knocking in 32 runs and reaching 
base on hits 36 times. The pitching 
was led by the strong arm of Brad 
Goffinett. Goffinett pitched 84 inn- 
ings giving up only 16 runs and 
striking out 117 for an 8-3 win-loss 
record. Goffinett was supported by 
Larry Bryant's performance. 

The Junior Varsity team also had 
a winning season with a 9-5 record. 
These boys are trying to maintain a 
winning tradition for the Varsity team 
this year. 



Right — Conferring with Coach Clark Froning is 
Les Rutan. Rutan holds a .326 batting average, 
third highest on the team. 

Below — Winding up to throw is Senior Brad 
Goffinett, one of the two outstanding pitchers 
of Marshall's 1971 Varsity Baseball team. 





1971 JV BASEBALL TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Doug Wampler, Jerry Claspell, Ron McKinney, Steve Clug- 
gish, Dan McGinley, Rick Duncan, Mark Hollcraft. TOP ROW: Coach Glesing, Steve Bullington, Joe 
Crawford, John Crabtree, Jeff Eisinger, Mike Sipes, Rocky Stephens, Mark Hosbein. 










Intercepting the ball, Marshall's catcher and first baseman Randy Kimberly 
attempts to put his opponent out. Kimberly ended the 1971 season with the 
leading batting average of .419. 



VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: R. Ginger, B. Goffinet, L. Rutan, 
S. Boling. SECOND ROW: R. Kimberly, G. Gholson, R. Guldner, M. Sipes, 
D. Mason. TOP ROW: Coach Froning, R. McBride, L. Bryant, M. Gentry. 




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As the opposing Northwest runner speeds toward first base, Jerry Niccum receives the ball and gets 
his man out. Niccum, a senior, played a variety of positions including first baseman and pitcher. 
His batting average for the season was .138. 



1971 VARSITY 


BASEBALL 




OPP 


JMHS 


Chatard 


2 


6 


Southport 


7 


1 


Southpert 


3 


2 


Warren Central 


1 


4 


Lawrence Central 


4 


6 


Mooresville 


4 


3 


Greenfield 


3 


4 


Beech Grove 


3 


15 


Northwest 


6 


3 


Latin School 


1 


3 


Howe 





1 


Crispus Attucks 





9 


Pike 





6 


Shortridge 


2 


5 


Arlington 


1 


3 


Scecina 





5 


Scecina 


3 


2 


Shelbyville 


5 


2 


Ben Davis 





1 


Arlington 


2 





Bloomington 


2 


7 


Greenwood 


9 


12 


Madison Heights 


3 





Brebeuf 





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1 


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85 



Freshmen provide bulk of Pat's track team 



The 1971 track team led by Coach 
Joe Rogers pulled off three victories. 
The field and track men began their 
season with a win against Howe. 
The team had almost 30 students, 
the majority ranging from freshmen 
to juniors. 

The team's leading sprinter was 
senior Bill Muffler who ran the hun- 
dred in less than ten seconds. Mike 
Rowley gained high honors in the 
shot put event and Jim Nahre ex- 
celled in the broad jump. Bob Copus, 
who started as a harrier, was one of 
the leading two-milers. Sophomore 
Terry Hochgesang was the leading 
pole-vaulter. Chris Fields, sophomore, 
was one of the bright prospects as a 
freshman in the sprinting events. 



With the baton in hand, Bob. Maxwell sprints 
in the 880-relays. In this event, four runners 
from each team run once around the track. 




1971 TRACK TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Coach Joe Rogers, Mark Fields, Bill 
Muffler, Mark Goar, Ron Shafer, Ivan Bunas, Jeff Cornelius, Rusty Brill, Jeff 
Sloan, Rick Harris, Rich Tichnor, Joe Aaron, Steve Isiacson, Keith Hancock. 



TOP ROW: Mark Arnold, David Adkins, Bob Maxwell, Terry Hochgesang, 
Mark Stevens, Dave Shepard, Tom McGinnis, Tyler Saure, Steve Socolek, T. 
Reckert, Paul Tessier, Chris Fields, Mark Moyer, Brandon Rutan, Tom Dyer. 




86 









Sprinting down the blacktop strip is Tom Dyer. In order to place in this event he must 
vault over the crossbar and clear it. The other contender in the polevault event was 
Marshall's Terry Hochgesang. 



Vaulting over the crossbar, Sophomore Terry Hochgesang falls 
safely into the sandpit. Hochgesang was the number one pole- 
vaulter on the track team. 




Nearing the finish line to win in the relays is Chris Fields who proved to 
be one of the top sprinters at Marshall this year. Outstanding players for 
the 1971 season were sophomore Chris Fields, sprinter; Senior Bill Muffler, 



sprinter; sophomore Terry Hochgesang, pole-vaulter; Mike Rowley, shot 
put; junior Mike Boyer, shot put. Succeeding Coach Rogers this coming sea- 
son will be Mr. John Fellows. 



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Returning lettermen give golfers edge; 



Experience and age seemed to be 
the major factors in making the Mar- 
shall tennis team top contenders in 
the 1971 spring season. Coaching the 
team during the spring was Mr. Don 
Austin who gained the respect of the 
team by leading them to a 5-8 sea- 
son, the best ever at Marshall. 

The experience of their team came 
from two seniors, two juniors and 
one sophomore. Returning lettermen 
include Devon Gambill, Tom Healy, 
Mike Erickson and Mike Kimberly. 

Finishing the 1971 season, Mar- 
shall's golf team ended with a 3-9 
record. The Pats had a young team 
consisting of a majority of sopho- 
mores and juniors which will com- 
pose a more experienced team next 
year. The first player was David Baril 
followed by Bob Adams, Rex Thomp- 
son, Bob Rogers and Vefn Walls. 




GOLF TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Bob Adams, Bob Rogers, Don Behymer, Jerry Goudee. TOP ROW: David 
Baril, Rex Thompson, Vern Walls, Coach David Smartz. Returning for the 1972 spring season are letter- 
men Baril, Thompson, Adams, Rogers, Behymer and Goudee. Mr. Smartz will again coach. 




Putting the ball towards the hole is Vern Walls 
who teamed up with other Marshall players to 
end the season with three wins. 

Preparing to sink a putt is Rex Thompson. 
Thompson was the third man on the team play- 
ing closely behind David Baril and Bob Adams. 




Steve Walls helps lead netmen to 5-8 record 




TENNIS TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Jim Kasler, Steve Walls, Bill Reckert, Gary Below, Mike Kimberly. TOP 
ROW: Randy Fletcher, Devon Gambill, Larry Jensen, Tom Healy, Bob Bennett, Mike Erickson. The 
1971 spring tennis team compiled a 5-8 record, the best ever for a Marshall tennis team. 



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Wood 


3 


4 


Lawrence 


7 





Tech 


2 


5 


Broad Ripple 


7 





Park 


7 





Arlington 


7 





Franklin Central 


6 


1 


Manual 


3 


4 


Howe 


6 


1 


Scecina 





7 


Cathedral 


4 


3 


Shortridge 


5 


2 


Northwest 


2 


5 


1971 


GOLF 






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JMHS 


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12 


North Central 


12 





Ritter 


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12 





Manual 


9 


3 


Franklin Central 


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Howe 


8 


4 


Greenfield 


10 


2 


City Tourney 




8 th 


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4 


Chartard 


10 


4 


Park 


2 


8 


Sectionals 




16th 




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Conferring with Mike Kimberly and Bob Bennett is Coach Don Austin. Looking on as the Coach instructs 
are juniors Tom Healy and Gary Below. Healy will return this season as the number one man on the 
tennis team. Coach Austin led his team to a 6-8 record for the 1971 season. 



Serving the ball across the court is junior Mike 
Erickson who played number seven man during 
the tennis season. 



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f /y 



Looking for an open receiver is Angie McGaug- 
hey who is being rushed by defensive players 
during GAA football. 



Passing the ball downfield is Angie McGaughey 
with her blocker close at her side. McGaughey 
was the no. 1 quarterback for the team. 






Leaping to return the ball over the net is a 
member of the Marshall GAA volleyball team. 
The girls played football and basketball also. 



1971 GAA VOLLEYBALL TEAM — BOTTOM ROW: Vicki Hellmer, Denise McManus, Terri Daily, Joni 
Plumber, Brenda Dyke, Carol Claspell, Mary Musgrave. TOP ROW: Diane Former, Leesa Foreman, Marcy 
Milliser, Angela McGaughey, Beverly McFarland, Kim Karaffa, Susan Trowbridge. 



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Quake, Zeke, Chuck and Brad top JMHS records 





One of the outstanding athletes at Marshall this year was 
senior Chuck Brewer. Brewer, a varsity basketball guard, 
ended the season with the city scoring crown. 

Striking a pose is varsity wrestler Mike Rowley (HW). Rowley 
gained such honors as city champion and Washington tourney 
champion. 




Setting up to pass with a strong rush is varsity quarterback Mike (Zeke) 
Gentry. Gentry received All-City honors as a defensive half back and was 
among the top scorers in the city. 

In his last season, Brad Goffinett led Marshall's 1971 baseball team to an 
8-3 win-loss record. Goffinett pitching 84 innings giving up only 16 runs 
and striking out 117 opponents. 




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92 




Let 

friendships 
begin here 








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Reading, human relations faculty goals 



The city-wide emphasis on reading 
was reflected at John Marshall in the 
two-day in-service meetings, faculty 
meetings with reading specialists, 
and departmental workshops. Im- 
proved human relations, improved 
student and faculty attitudes, and the 
discovery of different teaching tech- 
niques were among the goals of the 
110 faculty members. 

The faculty, of whom 27 were new 
to JMHS, helped refine and direct 
curriculum under the leadership of 
Principal Thomas M. Haynes. One of 
the self-help programs begun this 
year was a tutorial program where 
students helped other students. Mrs. 
Jane Zerbo and Mrs. Nancy Saurini 
organized the program. 

Faculty and students co-operated 
with the Purdue-Del Phi project spon- 
sored by the human relations council. 
After the program participants de- 
fined what they considered to be 
problem areas at JMHS, the project 
members then proposed solutions to 
the problems through writing and 
through interviews. 

Courses in aerospace and business 
took on new meaning. 




Looking over third hour announcements is part of Principal Mr. Thomas Haynes' daily routine. Mr. 
Haynes emphasized improved human relations among faculty and students. His goal this year was 
to produce a varied curriculum with student-oriented faculty. 





Vice Principal, Mr. James Rodeheffer plans curriculum 
for Marshall students each year while Vice Principal Mr. 
J. Ray Johnson is in charge of maintaining the perfect 
condition of the building and grounds. The Vice Prin- 
cipals are a valuable aid to Mr. Haynes in the adminis- 
tration of JMHS. 

Assistant Deans Mr. Ligon Drane and Mrs. Bessie Conn 
(left) chat with Deans Mr. Marion Burleson and Mrs. 
Marilyn Hardwick. 



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Mr. Carl Hines, Math teacher, watches on as 
family living teacher, Mrs. Dorothy Douglas 
demonstrates procedures in cookie baking. 




Faculty members Laura Helme, Art; Robert Chis- 
ley, Industrial Arts; Paula Barbour, English; 
Brice Tressler, German; and John Fellows, 



Health & Physical Education, stop in front of a 
cheery Christmas display by room 236 to visit 
with one another for a moment. 



Security guard, Pat Adams and matron, Eliza- 
beth Beaver, aided J.M.H.S. students in several 
areas throughout the year. 




MR. MILLARD ARNOLD — BA, MA, Butler Uni- 
versity, Indiana University, Spanish, Head of 
Foreign Language Dept. 

MR. DONALD AUSTIN — BS, MA, Ball State Uni- 
versity, Counselor, Honors Day Chairman 
MRS. CHARLOTTE BALCHUNAS — BA, Illinois 
State University, Social Sciences 
MR. DONALD BENJEGERDES — BA, Luther Col- 
lege, Physics, Physical Science, General Math, 
Algebra 

MRS. SARAH BOGARD — BS, MS, Indiana Uni- 
versity, Home Economics 

MR. RAYMOND BRANDES — BMC, MMC, Indiana 
University, Colorado College, Music Club, Orches- 
tra, Humanities, Head of Music Department 
MRS. ALBERTA BROWN — Bookkeeper and Book- 
store manager 

MR. HAROLD BROWN — Vocational, Auburn Ala- 
bama, Aero Space, Auto Shop, Aero Space Club 
MR. NEIL BRUMBAUGH — BS, MA, Ball State Uni- 
versity, Biology, Physical Science, Nature Hiking 
Club 

MR. DONALD BUDDENBAUM — BA, MA, Butler 
University, English 



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MR. DAN BULUNGTON — BS, Hanover College, 

MS, Indiana University, History, Teacher 

MRS. LYNDELL BUTLER — Budget Clerk, PBX 

Operator 

MR. GAYLE BYERS — BS, DePauw, MS, Indiana 

State, Vocal Music, Musicals 

MRS. LEORA CAMPBELL — Principal's Secretary 

MR. ROBERT CARR — BA, MS, Indiana University, 

Mathematics Dept. Head 



MRS. DOROTHY CEDERHOLM — Registrar 
MRS. MARJORIE CHRISTY — BS, Indiana State, 
MS, Indiana University, Guidance, Student Coun- 
cil 

MISS PATRICIA CLIFFORD — BA, University of 
Wisconsin, Butler University, Speech, Drama, 
Thespians, Drama Club, Plays 
MR. MARTIN COBLE — BS, MS, Indiana State Uni- 
versity, Industrial Arts 

MRS. PATRICIA COFFIN, R.N. — BS, MS, Indiana 
University, School Nurse, Health Careers Club 

MRS. BERNADETTE COLLIER — Adult Assistant Li- 
brarian 

MR. DAN COOGAN — BS, MS, Bradley University, 
St. Ambrose, Butler, Purdue, Mathematics 
MR. BYRON COOPER — BA, Indiana University, 
Latin, Humanities, Latin Club 

MR. ROBERT CRAIG — BA, MS, Indiana Univer- 
sity, Biology, Earth Science, Spelunking Club, 
Quiz Team 

MR. RICHARD CUMMINGS — BS, MS, Indiana 
State, Physical Ed., Coach Freshman Football, 
Wrestling 

MR. G. WAYNE DAILEY — BS, Ball State, MA, 
Anderson College, Social Studies, Coach Fresh- 
man Basketball 

MR. ROLAND DALE — BS, Indiana University, MA, 
Middleburg College, English 

MR. JOHN DEAL — BS, Indiana Central, U.S. His- 
tory, Physical Education, Freshman Football 
coach 

MRS. NORMA DILLON — BS, MS, Indiana State 
University, Biology, Chemistry, Patrietftes, Ma- 
jorettes 
MR. MIKE DURHAM — Security Officer 

MR. JOHN E. EASON — BS, Indiana Central, MS, 
Butler, Social Studies, Tennis Coach 
MISS JANET EBERLE — BA, MA, Indiana Univer- 
sity, English, Journalism, Publications Director, 
Quill & Scroll, Photography Club 
MR. EDWIN ESTELL — BS, MS, Indiana University, 
Psychology, History 

MISS VIRGINIA ESTEN — BS, Butler University, 
MA, University of Michigan, Biology, Girls ROTC 
Drill Team 

MR. MAX FORSYTH — BA, MA, Indiana State, 
Purdue, Biology 

MISS JANE FRANCESCHINI — BS, Indiana Uni- 
versity, English, JUST US Sponsor 
MR. CLARK FRONING — BS, MS, Miami University, 
Health, Drugs and Alcohol, Physical Education, 
Baseball Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach 
MR. KENNETH FRY — BS, Ball State, Math 
DR. JAMES M. GAITHER — BA, MA, Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Chicago, University of Minnesota, En- 
glish Department Head 

MRS. DEBBIE GIOE — BS, Indiana University, But- 
ler, Business Education 

MR. CHARLES GLORE — BA, John Herron Art In- 
stitute, Butler University, Art 

MR. DAVID GREENBURG— BA, Indiana Central 
College, Math, Chess Club 

MRS. MARTHA GRIFFIN — BS, Western Kentucky, 
MS, Indiana University, Cheerleaders, Cheer- 
block 

MISS WINELLEN GRUBER — BA, MA, Indiana Uni- 
versity, Spanish, German, German Club 
MR. DAVE HARVEY— BS, MS, MAT, Indiana Uni- 
versity, Social Studies, Equipment Manager for 
Athletics 




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CUSTODIANS — Back Row: Joe Bailey, Roy Rasor, Howard Healey, Edward 
Adams, Gerald Wright. Front Row: Alonzo Pollard, Marion Karress, Johnny 
Roberts, John Whitacre, Theodore Bowman. The custodians cared for diffi- 



culties that arose throughout the school year such as lighting and heating 
problems, and other situations concerning the school building and the sur- 
rounding grounds. 





MISS CHRISTINE HAVENS — BA, Purdue, English, 
Assistant to JUST US 

MR. PAUL HAYES — BS, MS, Indiana State Uni- 
versity, Industrial Arts, Vocation Coordinator, 
ICT 

MR. RICHARD HEDGES — BS, Ball State, MS, Pur- 
due University, Social Studies Head 
MR. LOWELL HESTER — BS, MA, Ball State, Indus- 
trial Arts 

MR. CARL HINES JR. — BS, MS, Tennessee Uni- 
versity, University of Tennessee, Mathematics 

MRS. ANNA HINTON — BM, MM, Indiana Cen- 
tral, Indiana University, Julliard, Butler, Music 
Department Assistant 

MR. JAMES HOLLOWELL — BS, University of 
Louisville, MS, University of Evansville, Business 
Ed., Head Football Coach 

MRS. SALLY HORNBACK — BS, Ball State Uni- 
versity, English, FTA 

MR. STEPHEN HUMPHREYS — BS, MS, Indiana 
State University, Ball State University, Band Di- 
rector, Basketball Band, Marching Band 
MR. JERRY HURST — BA, Indiana University, 
English 

MR. WILLIAM JEFFERSON — BA, Marian College, 
Spanish, Spanish Club 

MRS. MARILYN JOHANNESSEN — BS, Purdue, 
MS, Butler, Home Ec. Dept. Head 
MR. PAUL JUSTICE — BS, MS, Ball State Univer- 
sity, Butler University, Auditorium Director, Elec- 
tronics, Stage Crew, Radio Club, Drama, Thes- 
pians 

MRS. MARY R. KELLY — BS, Alabama State Uni- 
versity, Mathematics 
MRS. MARCIA KING — BS, Ball State, English 



MRS. AILEEN LACKEY — MA, Indiana University, 
BS, Wisconsin State University — LaCrosse, So- 
cial Worker 

MR. RUSSELL LAMB — BS, Butler University, Bi- 
ology, Football Trainer, Lettermen Sponsor 
MISS SHIRLEY LAMBERT — BS, MS, Indiana Uni- 
versity, University of Bridgeport, Physical Educa- 
tion, Girls Athletic Association 
MISS PATRICIA LANAHAN — BS, Indiana Cen- 
tral, Business Ed., Girls Drill Team 
MISS SUSAN LANGE — BS, Purdue, Butler, Cloth- 
ing and Housing, Girls Drill Team 



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MRS. KAREN MANNWEILER — BA, Butler, Social 
Studies, Sponsor Gymnastics Club 
MRS. JULIA MAXWELL — Financial Clerk 
MR. GEORGE McCOOL — BS, Anderson College, 
MS, Indiana University, Guidance, Wrestling 
Coach 

MRS. VIRGINIA McDONALD — BA, University of 
New Hampshire, MS, Butler University, IMC 
Director 

MRS. MARIE McKELLER — BS, MS, Indiana Cen- 
tral, Butler University, Home Ec 



MR. ROBERT MEHL — BS, MS, Butler University, 
Junior High Guidance Counselor 
MRS. CLARA MORAN — Adult Assistant in Library 
MRS. ELAINE NELSON— BA, MA, Indiana Uni- 
versity, English 

MRS. CLARICE OFFICER — BA, MS, Fisk Univer- 
sity, Columbia University, English 
MR. DAVID OTTO — BA, MA, Hanover College, 
Miami University, Biology,- Aid in Sponsoring 
Naturalist's Club 



MR. NICHOLAS PIPINO — BS, MS, Purdue Uni- 
versity, Chemistry, Bowling Club Sponsor 
MR. TED POLLOCK — BS, MS, Indiana University, 
Physical Education Dept. Head, Tennis Coach 
MISS JEAN POTTS — BA, Indiana Central, MS, 
Indiana University, Business Ed 
MRS. SARAH POWELL — Office Staff 
MRS. BARBARA RAINWATER — BA, Butler Uni- 
versity, MLS, Indiana University, Assistant Li- 
brarian 



MR. PAUL SHEPHERD— Fireman 
MR. WILLIAM RILEY — BS, MS, Butler University, 
U.S. History, World History 

MR. EDWARD RING — BS, MA, Ball State, Art De- 
partment Head 

MR. STEPHEN SACHS — BS, Butler University, 
Business Education, Chess Club 
MR. BENJAMIN SANDERS — BS, MS, Stout State 
University, Butler University, Guidance Counselor 




CAFETERIA STAFF — Back Row: Barbara Cobb, Joan Balwin, Etta Wheeler, 
Blanch Esham, Mary Weber, Neba Tretter, Katherine Marshall, Marjorie 
Cummins, Pauline Hull, Betty Smith, Jane Harrison, Arbeta Brown, Francis 
Smith, Irene Andrews, Birdie Rafalco, Mary Stevenson, Ann Butcher. Bottom 
Row: Ira Jane Tevault, Nancy Gaydar, Linda Baine, Lillian Koons, Judy 



Pickering, Mrs. Elizabeth Franceson, Head Dietician, Hariett Johnson, Mary 
Jo Cooper, Kathryn McKinley, Dolores Englert. The cooks served a variety 
of appetizing and well-balanced meals to the faculty and student body 
throughout the year. 








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MR. CECIL SANDERS — BA, Indiana Central, MA, 
Ball State, Industrial Arts 

MRS. SUSAN SCHOENHERR — BA, Indiana Uni- 
versity, English and Spanish, FTA Sponsor, Span- 
ish Club 

MR. ROGER SCHRODER — BA, Franklin College, 
MA, Ball State University, Basketball Coach, Se- 
nior Sponsor, Mathematics 

MR. CLIFTON SCOTT — BS, Hampton Institute, 
MS, Butler University, Industrial Arts Department 
Head 

MR. DWIGHT SHAW— BS, Marion College, MA, 
Butler University, History, History Club Sponsor 



MR. RODERICK SHAW — BA, Earlham College, 
MA, Ball State University, Art, Drivers Education, 
Assistant Football Coach, Head Track Coach 
MR. GREGORY SHELTON — BA, Butler University, 
English, Audio-Visual 

MISS NANCY SIGNORINO — BA, Ball State, 
French, French Club, Les Becasseaux Singers 
MR. MICHAEL SLABAUGH — BS, Ball State, Art 
MR. DAVID SMARTZ — BS, Indiana Central, MS, 
Butler, Business Education, Golf Coach 



MR. CLIFFORD SNYDER — BS, MS, Indiana State 
University, Ball State, Ticket Director, Evening 
School 

MR. KEN STANLEY — BS, Indiana State University, 
Distributive Education, DECA 
MR. ROBERT STAUP — Auto Shop Instructor 
MRS. MARY VANBUSKIRK STEVENS — Butler Uni- 
versity, Secretary in Guidance Office 
SGT. RICHARD STOE — ROTC Rifle & Drill Team 
Sponsor, R.O.T.C, Assistant Football Coach 



MR. HARRY SULLIVAN — BS, MS, Butler Univer- 
sity, English, Athletic Director 

MISS ELAINE TETER — BS, Purdue, MAT, Cincin- 
nati, Mathematics 

MR. MICHAEL THOMAS — BA, Western Kentucky, 
Mathematics, Assistant Wrestling and Football 
Coach, Weight Lifting Club Sponsor 
MISS STEPHANIE THORNE — BA, Purdue, Indiana 
University, Mathematics, Freshman Computer 
Club 

MRS. JEAN USSELER — BA, MA, Ball State, Busi- 
ness Education, Co-Sponsor of Z-Club 

MR. JOHN VARDAMAN — BS, MA, Ball State 
University, Guidance Director 

MRS. JOAN WALDMAN — BS, Indiana University, 
Business Education 

MISS JUDITH WAUGH — BA, MAT, Indiana Uni- 
versity, English 

MRS. JANET WEAVER — BS, Indiana University, 
MS, Butler, Business Department Head, Co- 
Sponsor National Honor Society 
MR. ROBERT WEAVER — BS, Butler, MS, Oregon 
State University, Biology, Science Department 
Head, Naturalist's Club Sponsor 



MRS. OLIVE WINGATE — Attendance Clerk 

MRS. DORIS WRANCHER — Evening School Clerk 

MRS. JANE ZERBO — BA, State University of 

Iowa, MS, Butler University, English, Reading 

Director 

MR. JAMES JOHNSON — Chief Engineer 

MR. MAURICE HOOP — Fireman 



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Class of '72 gets new 1-6 senior schedule 



The senior class led by class offi- 
cers Paul Day, president; Bill Shipley, 
vice-president; Terri Kauffman, secre- 
tary,- and Marsha Kimbel, treasurer, 
filled the year with senior-sponsored 
activities and changes. 

Sponsoring the senior Christmas 
party and Valentine messages and 
being engaged in the annual senior 
breakfast, mini-course week, and the 
second senior trip to Washington were 
some of the traditional activities for 
seniors. This year, the upper-class 
added Halloween messages and a 
new benefit to being a senior, the 1-6 
period senior schedule which was 
brought about by the efforts of the 
Student Council. 

The 1972 senior class was guided 
to decisions about future plans for 
college and jobs by Mr. John Varda- 
man and were sponsored in their ac- 
tivities by Mr. Roger Schroeder. 




Chatting companionably after a meeting about senior activities are Bill Shipley, Vice-President; Marsha 
Kimbel, Treasurer; Terri Kauffman, Secretary; and Paul Day, President. The class officers were instru- 
mental in organizing senior-sponsored activities. 





By holding hands during an electrical charge from a generator, seniors 
Jack Stephenson and Bob Maxwell learn about the movement of electricity 
in Physics, which is taught by Mr. Benjegerdes. 

LEFT — Smiling happily and clutching her bouquet after being crowned 1972 
Homecoming queen, is senior Cindy Roberts. Cindy was chosen from a 
group of five semi-finalists by an all-school vote. 



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Departing from one of the two sugar camps they visited during the Park County Fair on 
February 26 are members of the John Marshall Naturalists Club. Leading the group of hikers are 
seniors Fred Page, Karen Fitzpatrick, Steve Carbone, and Julie Delks. 



An important member of the Marshall football 
team was senior Mike Gentry. Gentry played 
quarter-back and defensive half-back. 




Members of DECA — FRONT ROW: Betsy McKenna, Sandy Moore, Debbie 
Foreman, Jerrilee Miller, and Tom Larkin. BACK ROW: Rusty Brill, Charles 
Blackwell, Sandy Pointer, Steve Slate, and Rick Denton display trophies they 



won in the Distributive Education District Leadership Conference. These 
students won seven trophies out of the eleven categories they entered 
among seventeen schools at the conference. 



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JOEY M. AARON 

KATHY JEAN ABBOTT 

DIANA CHARLENE A L C O R N — 

Marching Band 1-3, Pep Band 1-3, 
Concert Band 1-3, Concert Choir 
2-4, Liberty Belles 1-3, Musical 1, 
Patriots on Parade 1 
MARLENA ALLEGREE 
WILLIAM DAVID ANSLOW — Spe- 
lunking Club 1-2, Naturalists Club 
2, P.E. Assistant 4 



PEGGY ANN APPLEBY — GAA 1-2, 
Intramural Volleyball 1-2, Office 
Messenger 4 

ASKREN — History 

3, Treasurer 4, 

Red Cross Club 1 

AULTMAN — GAA 

Volleyball 1-3, 



MARTHA JOAN 

Club Secretary 

Cheerblock 1 -3, 

SHARON BELLE 

1 -3, Intramura 

Art Club 2 

CATHY SUE BASSO 

DONNA JANE BATEY — History 

Club 2-4, Secretary-treasurer, 

Freshman Girls Choir 1, Cheerblock 

2-3, Lab Assistant 3 



THOMAS JOSEPH BEGINES — Track 
JV, V, Letterman's Club 3-4, Spe- 
lunking Club 2-4, Naturalists 
Club 3-4, National Honor Society 
3-4, Student Council 2, Cross 
Country 3-4, Quiz Team 3-4, 
School Play 4 

KAREN S. BEGLEY — GAA 1, DECA 
Club 4, Spelunking Club 1, Office 
Messenger 3-4, Cheerblock 1-2 
DON ALAN BEHYMER— Track JV, 
2, Golf V, 2-3, Intramural Basket- 
ball 2 

ANTIONETTE BERIAULT 
JACQUALINE M. BISHOP — GAA 
1-2, Intramural Volleyball 1-2, 
Patriots on Parade 1, History 1-4, 
President 3, National Honor So- 
ciety 3-4, Z Club 3-4, Secretary 4 



CASANDRA BIXLER 
CHARLES A. BLACKWELL 
JAMES E. BLANCHARD 
DIANA KAY BOLING 
DEBRA SUE BOUGHTON— March- 
ing Band 1 -2, Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 3-4, Concert Band 1-2, 
Library Assistant 3, Home-Ec Assis- 
tant 3-4 



PATTY C. BOUHER — Cheerblock 1- 

2, Office 1-3 

DONALD RAY BOWSHER— Student 
Council 1-2, Student Council Fresh- 
man King 

VICKIE LYNN BOWERS 
MAUREEN BOYLE — GAA 2-3, Li- 
berty Belles 2-3, French Club 2, 
P.E. Assistant 3-4, Office Messen- 
ger 4, Cheerblock 1-2, Freshman 
Girls Chorus, Concert Club 3 
KAY ELLEN BRAKE — Concert Choir 

3, Liberty Belles 2, Switchboard 
Operator 4 

GAIL ANN BRANDENBURG — GAA 

1, Intramural Volleyball 1, Pep 
Band 1-2, Patriots on Parade 2-4, 
Student 3 

CHUCK W. BREWER— Basketball 
JV, V, 1-4, Letterman's Club 3-4, 
Naturalists Club 2-3, Office Mes- 
senger 3-4, Baseball 1, Intramural 
Referee 

MICHALE JEAN BREWER — GAA 1, 
Naturalists Club 2, National Honor 
Society 4, Secretary, Z Club 3-4, 
Treasurer 
ALAN BREWSTER 

DEBBIE BRILL — Student Council 1, 
2,4, Cheerblock 1-2 




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DIANE BROWN 

JOYCE ANN BRUNNEMER— Musi- 
cal 4, Patriots on Parade 3-4, Dra- 
ma Club 3-4, Office Messenger 
4, Thespians, Plays, Speech Con- 
test 

LARRY LEE BRYANT— Football 1-4, 
Basketball 2-4, Letterman's Club 
2-4, Baseball 1-4, Boys State 
ROGER DALE BUCKLAND — Upper 
Room Fellowship 4 
GARY BURCHAM 



RANDY H. BURGIN 

JAMES DALE BUSH— Track JV, V, 

1, Human Relations Council 

WILLIAM T. CALDWELL 

STEPHEN C. CARBONE— Football 

JV 1-2, ICT Club 4, Naturalists 

Club 1-4 

W. THOMAS CARTWRIGHT 



WILLIAM T. CENTER 
DANIEL A. CHURCH— Wrestling JV 
2-3, Spelunking Club 4, Yearbook 
4 

CAROL MICHELE CLASPELL— GAA 
1-4, Intramural Volleyball 2-4, 
French Club 1 , Office Messenger 
3-4, Cheerblock 1-2 
S. DIANE CLEMENTS — GAA 1 , Nat- 
uralists Club 2-4, National Honor 
Society 3-4, Z Club 2-4, President 
4, Office Messenger 3 
LESLEE GAYLE CLEVENGER— GAA 
1-2, Intramural Volleyball 1, Art 
Club 1,3, Office Messenger 2-3 



MARIFLOR COLON — Liberty Belles 
3-4, Musical 4, National Honor So- 
ciety 3-4, Z Club 2-4, Cheerblock 
1, Freshman Girls Chorus 
JANICE CONNOR 
CONNIE S. COOK 
PAULA L. COONEY 
KATHRYN S. COOPER 



ROBIN CLAY COOPER — Wrestling 
1, Concert Choir 1-2,4, Musicals 
1-2,4, Patriots on Parade 4, Chess 
Club 1-4, Student 3, Office Mes- 
senger 4 

ROBERT E. COPUS — Track V 3-4, 
Letterman's Club 3-4, Spelunking 
Club 1-4, President 4, Naturalists 
Club 1 -4 Vice President 4, Chess 
Club 1 -3, National Honor Society 
3-4, Cross Country 3-4, Intramural 
Basketball 3, Bowling Club 2, 
Science Seminar 2, Quiz Team 2-4 
TONY A. CORDELL — Wrestling 1- 
3, R.O.T.C. 1 
STEVEN W. CORNE 
R. MIKE COX 



GORDON CRANFILL — Football V 
3-4, Letterman's Club 3-4, Intra- 
mural Basketball 2-3 
TONY CREEK 

DEBORAH ANNE CRISWELL 
MARY ELIZABETH CROCKETT 
LAURA LYNN CUNNINGHAM — Z 
Club 4, Bowling Club 2 



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TERRI LEE DAILEY— Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1-4, GAA 1-4, Secretary, 
Intramural Volleyball 1 -4, Drama 
Club 2, Spelunking Club 2-3, P.E. 
Assistant 2,4, Office Messenger 1 
MARTHA FAYE DALTON — Natural- 
ists Club 4, Freshman Girls Choir 1 
DEBBIE DAVIS 

JOYCE DAVIS — Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 2-3, Concert Band 1, ICT 
Club 4, Naturalists Club 4 
PAUL DAY — Football 1 , Patriots on 
Parade 4, Spelunking 3-4, Natur- 
alists Club 3, National Honor So- 
ciety 3-4, Student Council 3-4, 
Senior Class President, Spring Fes- 
tival King Candidate 3, Intramur- 
al Basketball 3, Council on Drug 
Abuse Representative 4 

RICHARD C. DEGLER 
JULIE BETH DELKS — GAA 1-2, Lib- 
erty Belles 2-3, Musical 1-3, Pa- 
triots 2-4, Naturalists Club 1-3, 
B.B. Patriettes 2-4 Captain 4, 
F. B. Patriettes 3-4 Captain 4, 
Student 2-4 Secretary 4, Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 4, Jam- 
boree Queen 4, Cheerblock 1 
RICHARD ALAN DENTON— DECA 
Club 4, Intramural Basketball 3 
MARY PATRICIA DIKUM— Concert 
Choir 3-4, Liberty Belles 2, Musi- 
cals 2,4, Patriots on Parade 2,3, 
Office Messenger 1-4, Sports Car 
Club, Cheerblock, Nurse's Assistant 
GEOFFREY A. DILLE 

DEBORAH K. DIXON 
TERRY E. DIXON— Aerospace Club 
PAMELA J. DOAN 

ANTOINETTE MARIA DRAKE— In- 
tramural Volleyball 1-4, Concert 
Choir 3-4, Liberty Belles 2, Or- 
chestra 1, Musicals 1,4, Patriots 
on Parade 3-4 

RICHARD LEE DUNCAN— Football 
V 3-4 Letterman's Club 4, Year- 
book 1-4, Student Council 4, P.E. 
Assistant 3-4, Baseball 3 




Seniors Larry Kaser, Terry Dixon, Don Russell, Alan Brewster, Dan Church, 
and Dan Manning listen intently to Mr. Harvey in homeroom Economics 
class. Economics is a required course for seniors as is Government. In Eco- 



nomics seniors are taught about wages, taxes, banking, foreign trade and 
other aspects of our Economic system. Seniors are given insight to the 
making and enforcing of our laws in Government. 




104 




MARGARET DUNKERLY 
JANET LOUISE EATON — Marching 
Band 1-2, Pep Band 1-2, Sym- 
phonic Wind Ensemble 1 -2, Ger- 
man Club 3, Club 3-4, Academic 
Congress 1 , Biology Lab Assistant 
2-4 

ALBERTA ANN ECKERT — Cheer 
leader 1-4, Homecoming Queen 
Candidate 

GARY LAYNE EINEMAN— Basket- 
ball JV 2-3, Chairman of Science 
and Sandwiches, Science Assistant 
GREGORY JAY EISINGER — Track V 
1-2, Marching Band 1-2, Pep 
Band 1 -2, Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 1-3, Concert Band 1-3, 
Musical 2, ICT Club 4, Naturalists 
Club 2-4, Student Council 2,4, 
Cross Country 1 -2, State Ensemble 
Contest 2 

CANDACE LEE EMRICK 
JOHN EDWARD ESSEX II — Football 
1-4, Wrestling 1-4, Letterman's 
Club 3-4, Naturalists Club 2-4, 
Yearbook 3-4, Quill & Scroll 3-4 
BARBARA ESTEP 
DEBBIE LEE FANCHER 
ERIC I. FARBER 



MELANIE LYNN FAULKNER— Art 

Club 2-3, Secretary 

SHERRI IRENE FICKLIN 

KAREN PATRICE FITZPATRICK — 

GAA 1, Patriots on Parade 3-4, 
Naturalists Club 1-4, B.B. Pa- 
triettes 2-4, F.B. Pafriettes 3-4, 
Office Messenger 2-3, Homecom- 
ing Queen Candidate 
CHARLOTTE FLOWERS 
BARBARA ALICE FLUHARTY — 
French Club 3, Biology Assistant 
3-4, Cheerblock 2 



JO LINDA FORD 

PATRICK RICHARD FORD — Track 1, 
Spelunking Club 1-4, Naturalists 
Club 2-4, German Club 1-4, Chess 
Club 1, R.O.T.C. 1-2, Student 
Council 1-3, Office Messenger 1- 

3, Cross Country 1-2, Drill Team, 
Color Guard 

SCOTT L. FORDING 
DEBRA KAY FOREMAN — DECA 
Club 4, Z Club 3-4, Student 
Council 4, Office Messenger 1 
DEVON MICHAEL GAMBILL — Ten- 
nis 2-4 

LINDA SUE GAVIN 

MICHAEL F. GENTRY — Football V 

1-4, Basketball 1-3, Wrestling V 

4, Letterman's Club 2-4, Natural- 
ists club 4, P.E. Assistant 2-4, 
Office Messenger 3-4, Baseball 3- 
4 

ROBERT G. GEYER 

GENE THOMAS GHOLSON — Bas- 
ketball V 3-4, Letterman's Club 3- 
4, Baseball 3 

STEVEN MICHAEL GLASGO — Con- 
cert Choir 1 , Human Relations 
Council 4 



MICHAEL LEWIS GLUFF — Marching 
Band 2, Pep Band 2, Marshall- 
aires 4, Concert Choir 3-4, Musi- 
cal 4, Patriots on Parade 3-4, 
R.O.T.C. 1-2, Student Council 4 
RANDY L. GLUFF — Student Council 
4 

JERRY GOEBEL 
KATHY J. GOFFINET 
VICKI LYNN GOGGINS — Office 
Messenger 1 



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IRVIN ALAN GOLDBLATT— March- 
ing Band 1-4, Pep Band 1-4, Sym- 
phonic Wind Ensemble 3-4, Spe- 
lunking Club 1 -4, Secretary 3-4, 
Chess Club 3 

STEPHANIE LYNN GRANT 
BONNIE LEIGH GRENAT — DECA 
Club 4, Switchboard Operator 4 
RICHARD GULDNER 
JOSEPH H. HAAG JR. 



LOIS JEAN HALL 

CHARLES N E E L HAMILTON — 

Marching Band 1-2, Pep Band 1-2, 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble 1 -2, 

Musical 1 

BECKY HANNON 

MELANIE ANN HARLOS 

GEORGE A. HARTELL — Basketball 

1, Baseball 1-2 



JOHN WILLIAM HAWTHORNE — 

Marching Band 1-4, Pep Band 1- 
4, Symphonic Wind Ensemble 1-4, 
French Club 1-2, Chess Club 3 
SALLY ANN HEMAN 
MIKE HENSELMEIER 
CAROLYN ANN HICKS 
GAIL DIANE HIGDON 



NANCY M. HILEMAN — Naturalists 
Club 2-4, F.T.A. 1-2 German Club 
1, International Singers 3 
DAVID J. HIRSCH — Naturalists 
Club 2-4 Treasurer 3, Yearbook 
2,4, Student Council 4, Lab As- 
sistant Science Department 1 -4 
KAREN LEE HOFFMAN— GAA 1-2, 
Concert Band 1, Concert Choir 3- 
4, Liberty Belles 2, Musical 4, B.B. 
Patriettes 2, National Honor So- 
ciety 3-4 Vice-President, Cheer- 
block 1 

SHARON LEE HOFFMAN — Concert 
Choir 3-4, Student Council 3 
CYNTHIA MARIE HOLDEN — French 
Club 1 -2, Office Messenger 4, 
Switchboard Operator 



CAROLINE HUGHES 

MICHAEL A. HULL — Basketball V 

4, Track V 4 

TILLY L. HUMPHREY 

SUSIE L. HURLESS 

GARY INMAN 



LYNN L. INMAN — History Club 
1-2, B.B. Patriettes 3, Z-Club 3-4, 
Vice President 4, Cheerblock 1-2 
CHRIS IRWIN 
DEBRA JACKSON 

TERRY J. JACOB — Intramural Bas- 
ketball 3 
PATRICIA L. JAMES 




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JACKIE ANN JARVIS — GAA 1-2, 

Intramural Volleyball 1-2, Con- 
cert Choir 2-4, Musicals 2-4, Pa- 
triots 2-3, DECA Club 4, Office 
Messenger 4, Academic Congress 
1, Cheerblock 1, Red Cross Club 1 
LARRY W. JENSEN— Tennis 2-3, 
Letterman's Club 3-4, History Club 
1, P.E. Assistant 4, President of 
Bible Club 3 

MARILYN KAY JOHNSON 
WILLIAM JOHNSON 
MARK EDWARD JONES 

ROGER E. JORDAN — Marching 
Band 2,4, Pep Band 4, Concert 
Band 4, History Club 1, R.O.T.C. 
1 , Student Trainer 3 
MARY E. KANTNER— GAA 1, In- 
tramural Volleyball 2, B.B. Pat- 
riettes 3-4, F.B. Patriettes 4, Z 
Club 2-4, P.E. Assistant 3 
LARRY MARK KASER— Library As- 
sistant 2-4 

TERRI L. KAUFFMAN— Marshall- 
aires 3-4, Concert Choir 2-4, Musi- 
cals 2-3,4, Patriots On Parade 1- 
4, Drama Club 3-4, Z Club 4, 
Student Council 1 , Secretary of 
Senior Class, Executive Committee, 
Homecoming Queen Candidate 
GLENN KEITH 



President of the Naturalists Club, Jack Stephenson gives vice-president of 
the senior class, Bill Shipley, a doubting look during fourth hour lunch in 
the senior cafeteria. The new 1-6 senior schedule nearly brought about 



the end of the senior cafeteria during the second semester because most 
senior classes were scheduled for the first six periods in order to allow 
seniors to leave for home or work after sixth period. 




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Seniors Kathy Miller and Vickie 
Bowers receive instructions 
from a nurse at Community 
Hospital where they are em- 
ployed for the ICT program. 




JOE KELLE — Wrestling V 3-4, 
Football V 1-4 
DIANE L. KEMP 
KIRBY L. KENNEDY 
MARSHA SUZANNE K I M B E L — 
Marshallaires 2-4, Concert Choir 
2-4, Musical 2, Patriots on Pa- 
rade 2-4, B.B. Patriettes 2-4, F.B. 
Patriettes 4, Office Messenger '4, 
Treasurer of Senior Class, Execu- 
tive Committee, Homecoming 
Queen Candidate 

JOHN CLINT KIMSEY — Marching 
Band 1-2, Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 2, Concert Band 1-4, Pa- 
triots on Parade 2-3, French Club 
1, Newspaper 2, National Honor 
Society 3-4, Student Council 3-4 
President 4, Quiz Team Captain, 
Thespian Society Plays 2,4, Drama 
Award 2 



ROBERT DALE KING — Basketball 1, 
ICT Club 4, Spelunking Club 1,2, 
Intramural Basketball 2-3, Vice 
President of ICT Club 
PAMELA KIRBY 
SHIRLEY F. LAFOLLETTE 
PEGGY LAING 

THOMAS MICHAEL LARKINS — 
Football V 1,3-4, Letterman's Club 
3-4, DECA Club 4, Naturalists 3-4, 
Office Messenger 4, Baseball 3-4, 
Intramural Basketball 3 

JOE LAWLER 

TERRY EDWARD LEARY 

DAVID ALLEN LEVINE— Spelunking 

Club 1, German Club 2-4, R.O.T.C. 

1 

DANA MAURINE LEWALLEN — 

Concert Choir 3-4, Naturalists 

Club 4 

RICHARD ALAN LEWCHANIN 



DIANA GAIL LEWIS — Naturalists 
Club 4, Office Messenger 4, Ju- 
nior Achievement 3 
SHERRI DAWN LINN 




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PAULA S. LOGAN 

NITA S. LONG 

RITA LONG 

TIM R. LONG — Drum Major 4, 

Concert Band 1 -4, Marching Band 

1-4 

ROBERT F. LUCAS— Marching Band 

1 -2, Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

2-3, Spelunking Club 1-4 



LOU ANN LUMMIS 
MARIJA M A KS I N— Naturalists 
Club 4, French Club 4 
DAN C. MANNING 
STEVEN R. MARSH 
ANNETTE K. MARTIN — GAA 1-4, 
Intramural Volleyball 1-3, Cheer- 
block 2 



DAN R. MARTIN 

CYNTHIA MASON — Naturalists 
Club 2-4, Student Council 3, Of- 
fice Messenger 3, Cheerblock 1, 
Junior Achievement 3 
DON MASON — Football 1-4, Stu- 
dent Council 
MARK MATTHEWS 
SALLY MATTINGLY 



ROBERT JAMES MAXWELL — Track 
V 2-4, Letterman's Club 2-4, Spe- 
lunking Club 4, Naturalists Club 
4, R.O.T.C. 1, Student Council 4, 
Cross Country 2-3, Intramural 
Basketball 3, Outstanding Track 
Man 3, Play 4, Thespian Society 
ROY STEVE McDONALD — Student 
Council 4 

MICHAEL A. McGILL— Marshall- 
aires 3, Concert Choir 1-3, Musical 
1, Patriots on Parade 1-3, DECA 
Club 4, Student Council 3 
PATRICE MclNTYRE 
ELIZABETH McKENNA — GAA 1 , 
DECA Club 4, Office Messenger 
3-4, Nurse Assistant 3, Cheer- 
block 2 



RONALD McNAIR 

ROBERT E. MEHL — Basketball 2-4, 

Letterman's Club 4, Concert Choir 

1 , National Honor Society 3-4 

BETH ANN MELTON — P.E. Assistant 

4, Office Messenger 4, Cheerblock 

2-3 Gymnastics Club 

KAREN MEYER — Yearbook 2-4, 

Quill & Scroll 4 

BRAD MILLER 



DEBRA S. MILLER 

JERRILEE MILLER — Patriots on Pa- 
rade 4, DECA Club 4 Treasurer 
KATHLEEN M. MILLER — ICT Club 

4, Office Messenger 1-3, Latin 
Club 1-3, Red Cross Club 1 
JODY MINER — Intramural Volley- 
ball 2, B.B. Patriettes 2, National 
Honor Society 3-4, Z Club 3-4, 
Student Council 4, P.E. Assistant 
3-4, Student Council Treasurer 
SANDRA KAY MOORE — GAA 1, 
DECA Club 4, Vice President, Of- 
fice Messenger 4, Bible Club 2, 
Cheerblock 1 



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KAREN E. MORGAN — ICT Club 4, 
Z Club 4, Cheerblock 1-2, Debate 
Team 2 

WILLIAM EDWARD MUFFLER — 
Football 1-4, Basketball 1-2, Track 
1-4, Letterman's Club 1-4, Student 
Council 2-4, P.E. Assistant 2-4, In- 
tramural Basketball 3 
MARY ALICE MULDROW — Liberty 
Belles 3-4 

MACK MULLINS — Football 1, Spe- 
lunking Club 3-4, Chess Club 2, 
R.O.T.C. 1-4, Rifle Team, Sports 
Car Club 

SUSAN DENISE MURRAY — Mar- 
shallaires 3-4, Concert Choir 3,4, 
Liberty Belles 2, Musical 4, Pa- 
triots on Parade 4, Office Mes- 
senger 4, Bible Club 3, Cheer 
Block 1-2, City & State Vocal Con- 
test 4 

DIANE LYNN NELSON — GAA 1-2, 
Marching Band 1 , Concert Band 
1 , Patriots on Parade 3, Natural- 
ists Club 1-4, French Club 1-2, 
Cheerleader 1-4, Student Council 
1-4, Homecoming Queen Candi- 
date 

JERRY LEE NICCUM — Basketball 
JV 2, Letterman's Club 3-4, Spe- 
lunking Club 4, Naturalists Club 
2-4, National Honor Society 3-4, 
P.E. Assistant 2-4, Baseball 1-4, 
Science Assistant 
DAVID J. NOBLE 
CATHERINE A. O'CONNOR 
TIMOTHY M. O'CONNOR 

JANIE ANN O'DELL 

FREDERICK CHARLES PAGE — Pa 

triots on Parade 4, Spelunking 
Club 1, Naturalists Club 1-4, Stu- 
dent Council 3-4, Office Messen- 
ger 3-4, Urban Up-Swing Repre- 
sentative 4, Student Round Table 
Representative 4, P.T.A. Represen- 
tative 4, Science Assistant 2-4, 
Human Relations 
GLADYS PAGE 

KENNETH RAY PARKS — R.O.T.C. 1 
LINDA KAY PAWLAK — Office Mes 
senger 3-4, Cheerblock 1 

JAMES LEE PEPPER 
CURT EDWARD PERCIFIELD — Bowl 
ing Club 3-4 

TERESA YVONNE PERKINS — Triton 
Central 1-2 
MARK R. PERRY 

GARY C. PETTIJOHN — Track V 1- 
2,4, Letterman's Club 2-4, Pa- 
triots on Parade 2, Cross Coun- 
try 1-3, Intramural Basketball 

BRUCE POFF 

SANDRA LEE POINTER— GAA 1-4, 
Intramural Volleyball 1-4, Secre- 
tary of GAA 2, President of GAA 
3-4, DECA Club 4, Naturalists 
Club 3-4, Student Council 3, Of- 
fice Messenger 2-4, Cheerblock 
1-2 

PAMELA S. RANCE — Yearbook 3- 
4, Senior Album Editor 4, Quill 
& Scroll 4, Cheerblock 1-2 
JEFFREY WILLARD REED — Football 
1, Concert Choir 2-3, Musical 2, 
Patriots on Parade 1 -4 
DEBBIE REISINGER 

JOSEPH PAUL RETHERFORD — 

Marching Band 4, Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 4, Concert Choir 4, 
Musical 4, Patriots on Parade 4, 
Exploratory Teaching 
CONNIE SUE RICHMOND — Upper 
Room Fellowship, Bible Club 
KATHY J. RIDGEWAY 
KATHRYN J. RISSER — Concert Choir 
4, Liberty Belles 3, Office Mes- 
senger 4 
MICHAEL R. RORK 




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CINDY JO ROBERTS — Marching 
Band 1, Naturalists 2-4, Cheer- 
leader 2-4, Z Club 4, Student 
Council 2-3, P.E. Assistant 3-4, 
Executive Committee, Naturalists 
Club Secretary, Homecoming 
Queen 

JANE E. ROBERTS 
JOE ROBINSON 

ROBERT RALPH ROBINSON — DECA 
Club 4, Spelunking Club 2-3, Nat- 
uralists Club 3, R.O.T.C. 1-2, 
Bowling Club 4 
SUSAN ELLEN RODEWALD 



GLORIA RODRIGUEZ — ICT Club 4, 
F.T.A. 3, Spanish Club 3 Presi- 
dent 3, Z Club 4, Student Council 
4 

JEAN ANN ROGERS — Naturalists 
Club 1-4, French 1-2, Student 
Council 1-2, Office Messenger 1-4 
DONALD M. ROMAINE 
MICHAEL ROWLEY 
JOYCE RUBLE 



DONALD EUGENE RUSSELL II — 

Naturalists Club 4 
JANE A. RUSSELL 
TYLER SAURE 

BARBARA E. SCHAAF — Cheerlead 
er 1 -4, National Honor Society 3- 
4, Student Council 1-2, Homecom- 
ing Queen Candidate, Freshman 
Representative to Federation of 
Student Councils 
TAMARA SCHENK 



CINDY LEE SCOFIELD 

LINDA DARLENE SENTMAN — Lib 

erty Belles 2-4, Musical 4, Patriots 
on Parade 2,4, Drama 4, Spanish 
Club 3, Office Messenger 3, Con- 
cert Club 2 
MIKE SHADDAY 
DEBRA S. SHAW 
RONALD D. SHAW 



ERIC SHAWVER 

WILLIAM A. SHIPLEY — Basketball 
2-4, Track 1, Letterman's Club 4, 
National Honor Society 3-4, Pres- 
ident, Office Messenger 4, Base- 
ball 1 , Vice President of Senior 
Class 

SAMUEL C. SHOULTS — Wrestling 
2, Concert Choir 3-4, Orchestra 1- 
4, Musicals 1-2,4, Spelunking 
Club 1-2, Chess Club 1-2, Cross 
Country 1 
SAMARA SHREVE 

STEVEN J. SKELLEY — Wrestling V 
1-3, Letterman's Club 1-4 Presi- 
dent 4, Naturalists Club 2-4 Trea- 
surer 4, Office Messenger 3 



STEVE SLATE 

CINDY ANN SMITH 

DIANE SMITH — GAA 2, Intramural 

Volleyball 2, Z Club 4 

PAMELA ANN SMITH 

VANDA KAY SMITH — Z Club 



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CATHY SOOTS 

SANDIE S. SOUTH — GAA 1, Intra- 
mural Volleyball 1, Concert Choir 
3-4, Liberty Belles 2, Musicals 4, 
Patriots on Parade 3-4, Naturalists 
Club 2-4, Z Club 4, Student Coun- 
cil 1, Biology Assistant 3-4 
LOREN BRADFORD SPRIGGS — Con 
cert Band 3, FTA 3, P.E. Assistant 
4, Bowling Club 4, Teachers As- 
sistant 4 

CONNIE S. STAHL 
JOHN ROBERT STEPHENSON— Nat 
uralists Club 1-4, President 4 



DAVID STEVENS 

PAUL STIMER 

MICHAEL D. STINGER 

PAUL HENRY STRATHMANN- 

DECA Club 

MELVIN STREET 



VICKIE L. STRUBEL 

STEVE STUEBE 

PATRICK JAMES SULLIVAN— Track 

JV V 1,2,4, Letterman's Club 2, 

Newspaper 1-4, National Honor 

Society 3-4, Student Council 2,4, 

Cross Country 2, Play 4, Thespian 

Society 4, Intramural Basketball 

2-3, Quill & Scroll. 

MARY KAY SULZBERGER— Cheer 

block 1 

PAUL M. TESSIER 

REX EUGENE THOMPSON— Track 

2, Golf V 3-4, Letterman's Club 3- 
4, Aerospace Club 3-4 
JEANNA M. TINCHER 
REGINA TOMPKINS — Concert Choir 
1-4, Musicals 1-4, Patriots on Pa- 
rade 1-4, Naturalists Club 1-4, 
Yearbook 1-4, B.B. Patriettes 3-4, 
Quill & Scroll 3-4, National Honor 
Society 3-4, Z Club 3-4, Student 
Council 2-4 Vice President 4, 
Homecoming Queen Candidate, 
Thespians Society 2-4 
SUSAN M. TROWBRIDGE— GAA 1, 
Marching Band 3-4, Naturalists 
Club 3-4, B.B. Patriettes 2-4, F.B. 
Patriettes 3-4, Office Messenger 
1 ,4, Cheerblock 1 
SUSAN M. TYREE 

DON WADE 

BOB J. WALFORD — Football 1-4, 
Letterman's Club 3-4, Naturalists 
Club 2-4, Student Council 3-4, 
Office Messenger 2,4 
JOE WALSH 
KENNETH WALTERS 
TOM EUGENE WARNER — Student 
Council 3-4, P.E. Assistant 4, In- 
tramural Basketball 3, Stage Crew 
3 

TERRY LYNN WEAVER— National 
Honor Society 3-4, Z Club 3-4, 
Student Council 4, Spanish Assis- 
tant 4, Academic Congress 2 
DEBORAH ANN WELLS — Marching 
Band 1-3, Pep Band 1-3, Sym- 
phonic Wind Ensemble 1-4, Con- 
cert Band 1-4, Orchestra 2-4, 
Musicals 2,4, Patriots on Parade 1, 
' History 2-3, Marion County Ju- 
nior Heart Board Representative 
2-4, All-City Orchestra 1-3 
DEBORAH JEANNE WELLS — B.B. 
Patriettes 2-4, F.B. Patriettes 3-4, 
Co-Captain Patriettes, Student 2, 
Cheerblock 1 
JACK WELLS 
DONNA WELSH 




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PAUL WEST 

SUSAN WHEASLER — GAA 1, Mar- 
shallaires 4, Concert Choir 3, Li- 
berty Belles 2-3, Musical 4, Nat- 
uralists Club 4, B.B. Patriettes 2, 
Cheerleader JV 3, Z Club 4, Stu- 
dent Council 4, Office Messenger 
3-4 

BONNIE WHEELER 
KIRK WHITACRE 
REBECCA WHITAKER 



ANDRE WHITE 

EDWARD LESLIE WHITE II — Chess 

Club 1-4, R.O.T.C. 1-4, Play 4, 

Bible Club 3, Freshman Drill Team, 

Intramural Rifle Team 2-3, Boys 

Chorus 2 

MICHAEL WAYNE WHITESIDES — 

Spelunking Club 2, R.O.T.C. 1, 

Office Messenger 2 

JEFF WILCOX 

GUY RAYMOND WILLIAMS 



RICHARD C. WILLIAMS — Track 2, 
Wrestling 2, Marching Band 1-2, 
Pep Band 1-2, Concert Band 1-2, 
Drama Club 4, Spelunking Club 4, 
German Club 1-3, History Club 1, 
Vice-President German Club, Cross 
Country 2-3 
KAREN WILLS 
GLORIA WILSON 

TERESA WOOLSEY — Newspaper, 4 
JOE WOOTAN — Basketball JV, V 
2-4 



LINDA K. WOOTEN 

DEBRA JOANN YANCEY — GAA 1, 

Naturalists Club 2-4, Yearbook 2- 
4, Editor in Chief 4, Academics 
Editor 3, Quill Q Scroll 3-4, Stu- 
dent Council 4 

GLEN G. YATES — Stage Craft 4, 
Stage Crew 4, Science Assistant 4 
DAN YOUNG 
GARRETT ZAWADSKY 



Seniors 



Several seniors failed to have se- 
nior portraits taken in time for them 
to appear in the 1972 MARHISCAN; 
however, the yearbook would like to 
recognize them as members of the 
1972 graduating class. 



ROBERT BARTHOLOMEW 
GAYLE BOLTON 
JERRY BRYANT 
ANTHONY COBB 



STEVEN COOPER 
FRED COWLEY 
JOHN DERUITER 
DAVID DOBBS 
DAVID EDWARDS 
WILLIAM EIKENBERRY 
THOMAS EUDALY 
BRADLEY WALTON 
ROBERT FOSTER 
DALE GLEASON 
MICHAEL HANKINS 
JAMES HARLAN 
MICHAEL HIPSHER 
THEODORE HUGHLEY 
WILLIAM INLOW 
ALAN JOHNSON 
STEVEN LANG 
JOHN LEE 
ANNE LEMBCHE 



GREGORY McPHERSON 
WALTER MEHRLICH 
KARL MYERS 
LARRY PAFF 
MARK PITTMAN 
DANIEL ROCKEL 
ANTHONY SCOTT 
SHANE SHERRILL 
MICHAEL SMITH 
SHARON SPARKS 
GLENANNA STARLING 
TIM STEPHENS 
MARK SULZBERGER 
LEE WALKER 
DAVID WHITE 
MARK WHITE 
RICHARD WHITE 
KEITH WILKERSON 
RICK WILSON 



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Pats use talents in Homecoming activities 



Eagerly awaiting the chance to be- 
come seniors were the class of "73". 
The juniors participated in many 
extra-curricular activities and were 
noted for their enthusiasm and spirit 
for the school. 

The Junior Class was represented 
in a variety of activities and sports. 
They played a large part in Varsity 
and Junior Varsity sports. Outstand- 
ing football players included Mike 
Boyer, Mike Sipes and Dan McGinley. 
Ron McBride had a successful year in 
both baseball and basketball. Activi- 
ties included "The Sound of Music" 
in which Charles Welhoelter had the 
leading male role, band, cheerleader, 
and Student Council. 

Helping to shape programs and 
counsel juniors was Mr. Benjamin 
Sanders. The juniors started preparing 
for college by taking the P.S.A.T. and 
the National Merit Scholarship tests 
in the spring. These test scores helped 
in getting admitted to college. 




During English V classes, Miss Judith Waugh instructs juniors in proper use of library materials to 
assist them in writing their term papers. They have about two weeks to complete final drafts of their 
term paper. Students were asked to write on a subject of controversy in the world. 




Being assisted by Trainer Randy Lamb after a 
leg sprain is junior Mike Boyer who played 
tackle on the football team. 

Conducting a delicate experiment in Chemistry 
class is Mr. Nicholas Pipino. He is being assisted 
with the lab by Mike Erickson. 




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Kenneth Ackles 
Bob Adams 
David Adkins 
Gary Allegree 
Linda Allgood 
Randy Amos 
Greg Anslow 
Linda Anthony 
Debbie Arnold 

Sally Ashbrooke 
Dan Askren 
Russell Aultman 
Jerry Bailey 
Richard Baker 
John Barnett 
Sherryl Bartholomew 
Paula Basso 
Martha Belcher 

Mike Belcher 
Gary Below 
Toni Benge 
Debbie Benham 
Bob Bennett 
Sue Bishop 
Larry Bixler 
Kathy Bonebrake 
Jerry Booth 

Dewayne Bowers 
Susie Bowman 
Cindy Boyce 
Mike Boyer 
Susan Brancheau 
Billy Breedon 
Joyce Brewster 
Jerry Briggs 
Rustie Brill 

Terry Brown 
Vivian Browning 
Linda Bryant 
Marge Bunnell 
Nancy Burgin 
Ronald Burton 
Janice Busenbark 
Judy Butler 
Rita Butler 

Bob Butler 
David Buttram 
Sylvia Byard 
Mike Byerly 
Debbie Byers 
Jim Cady 
Mike Caldwell 
Patricia Calloway 
Frances Carver 

Gail Castledine 
Bart Chafin 
Jack Chambers 
Jo Ann Chaney 
Doug Cherry 
Mike Childress 
Barb Clark 
Joe Clements 
Rusty Cline 

Steve Cluggish 
Keith Coleman 
Lenora Colledge 
Jeff Chapman 
Joe Collier 
Guy Collins 
Kay Collins 
Jerry Collins 
Mark Combs 

Jim Cook 
Brian Cope 
Jeff Cornelius 
Lynne Cory 
Gene Cottone 
Cheryl Cranfield 
Joe Crawford 
Vickie Crawley 
Dee Dee Criswell 



115 




Peggy's Boutique 



898-6154 



Open Daily 10am to 8pm 



Sat. 10am to 6pm 



Styles for today 



Senior Karen Fitzpatrick enjoys fashionable, medium-priced styles from 
Peggy's. From Peggy's you can buy the latest in all types of clothes. Peggy's 
also supplies you with everything you need to be the "in" girl. 



Mike Croney 
Joe Crouch 
Elizabeth Crow 
Sharon Crowe 
Dennis Cummings 
Roxanna Cunnings 
Beth Curran 
Stephen Dougherty 
Ken Davis 

Karen Day 
Gary Degler 
Karen Denney 
Jackie Denney 
Jeff Denny 
Amy Dennis 
Mike Dennis 
Victoria Desmon 
Teresa Detzler 

Ann Dugan 
Melody Dye 
Brenda Dyke 
Liz Ebert 
Carol Edwards 
David Edwards 
Debbie Edwards 
Janice Edwards 
Sandy Edwards 



Mike 

Mike 

Mark 

Doug 

Sherri 

Terry 

Mike 

Karen 

Terry 



Effinger 
Elder 
Ellison 
Elmore 

Emery 
Enochs 
Erickson 

Evans 
Evans 




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Cristie Ewry 
Mike Fancher 
Debbie Fast 
Mark Fields 
Paul Firth 
Vickie Fisher 
Randy Fletcher 
Pam Fox 
David Fromn 

Joe Frye 
Mary Fulton 
Charles Gannon 
Lee Garvey 
Don Gatliff 
Terry Gebhart 
Dan Gentry 
Ron Gentry 
Craig George 

Richard Gerber 
Riki Geyer 
Ron Gholson 
Randy Gibson 
Terry Gigure 
Jan Glasgo 
Alan Gluff 
Lilibeth Goldshine 
Denise Greene 

Mike Gregory 
Gerg Gurnik 
Kevin Gutzmer 
Gary Haag 
Bruce Hall 
Noble Hall 
Steve Hall 
Paula Hammond 
Steve Hand 



Lloyd's Barber Shop 




Razor Cuts 

North Eastwood 

Shopping 

Center 

Mon. thru Fri. 

10am to 7:30pm 

Sat. 9am to 6am 

Phone-897-2495 



With his hands full, senior Steve Carbone enjoys his "work" with professional barbers Lloyd Codworth 
and Randy Hall, as their "new barber". Lloyd's Barber shop gives excellent shaves and hair cuts all 
with the most modern and precise equipment yet still keeping the price within everyone's reach. 



117 



Kathrina Hannemann 
Joe Harlow 
Dion Harman 
Sheila Harrison 
Denny Harvey 
Jamie Haverstick 
Cindy Hawkins 
Debbie Haymaker 
Marvin Haynes 

Tom Healy 
Delda Heath 
Jeff Henderson 
Trina Hendricks 
David Herr 
Ron Hess 
Norma Hibbs 
Debbie Hicks 
Beverly Hightshoe 

Carolyn Hightshoe 
Charlie Hiles 
Steve Hill 
Steve Hindman 
Mark Hodge 
Theresa Holden 
Jim Hood 
Gretchen Horton 
Mark Bosbein 

Pam Huber 
Karen Hughett 
Linda Humphrey 
Duane Isaacson 
Diana Jacob 
Larry Jahnke 
Debbie Jarchow 
Shelly Jennings 
Jim Jensen 



Jeff Johnson 
Kathy Johnson 
Paul Jones 
Jeff Jones 
Bob Jones 
Tom Jones 
Jean Kane 



Sneed Keever 
Gary Kemper 
Lorie Kepner 
Ricky Kidwell 
Brenda Kielblock 
Mike Kimberly 
Jeff Kingston 



John Knight 
Pam Knox 
Terri Kolcheck 
Norma Lacy 
John Lake 
Sharon Lambert 
Lana Larkins 



Cindy Lee 
Debbie Lee 
William Lett 
Pat Lewallen 
Debbie Lewis 
Victor Litsey 
Joyce Lowe 



Bill Lundy 
Angie Lynch 
Steve Malander 
Teresa Manning 
Paula Marks 
Richard Marlett 
Kim Martin 




118 




Returning a serve is junior Bob Bennet during tennis action. 
Many outstanding players this year were juniors. The team 
finished with a 5-8 record the best they ever had. 




Susan Martin 
Peggy Matsker 
Ron McBride 
Bill McCoy 



Janet McDonald 
Denise McDowell 
Kim McDuffee 
Bev McFarland 



Dan McGinley 
Shelley McHugh 
Steve McKim 
Debbie McLane 



Debbie McManis 
Teresa McMillan 
Elaine McPherson 
Teresa McQuade 




Jim's Barber Shop 



8067 E. 38th St. 



Seniors Rick Duncan and Mike Hensilmier give the "treatment" to Jim 
Addams and assistant at Jim's. Jim's Barber Shop gives excellent cuts and 
shaves with the utmost courtesy as well as prices we all enjoy. 



119 



Sheryl Medcalf 
Jean Medford 
Tim Mellene 
Sherry Merick 
Tim Messersmith 
Sandy Miller 
Jim Mills 
Danny Moore 
Ivory Morman 

Michael Morman 

John Moyer 

Bill Murphy 

Mike Murphy 

Dale Murray 

Greg Murray 

Stacy Neeley 

Kathy Neuenschwander 

Janet Newell 

Rick Newell 
Dan Nordsieck 
Joe Norton 
Jeff Ooley 
Chris Orcutt 
Mike Osborn 
Tom Owens 
Gary Parks 
Craig Parmerlee 

Mary Parrot 
Sunnye Parrot 
Keith Paschall 
Kennetha Paschall 
John Patton 
Vickie Paton 
Richard Pearson 
Raul Pedro 
Sandy Pell 




Tu Your Door Pizza 81 80 Pendleton 



Ene Ruusma can't wait to get her great tasting pizza from "Sarge's" Tu Your 
Door Pizza. You can be sure your pizza is good because Tu Your Door has 
those famous cooks, George and Hadley. 



Free Delivery 







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Mario Perdue 
Don Perkinson 
Sandy Piers 
Melissa Pfeuffer 
Calleen Phillips 
Vickie Phillips 
David Ponto 
Lonnie Powell 
Edward Powers 

Pam Preston 
Van Purcell 
Ronda Putterbaugh 
Roberta Rahn 
Diana Ray 
Donna Reed 
Mike Retherford 
Diana Richerson 
Debbie Rippy 

Bob Rodewald 
Kathy Roberts 
Bob Rogers 
Kathy Rogers 
Mickie Rogier 
Barbara Rose 
Jan Rosemeyer 
Ronnie Ross 
Forrest Ruble 

Greg Rutan 
Vickie Rutledge 
Fran Salavon 
Kirk Santo 
Maria Santo 
Cindy Sayer 
Terry Schlimgen 
Jerry Schull 
Terry Schroer 



121 




Interstate 



Bob Kubik 



371 1 N. Sherman Dr. 



547-8341 



Senior and editor of Marhican, Debra Yancey 
poses for the editor's picture which will appear 
in the yearbook. Inter-state's photographers have 
always been noted for their excellent printing of 
all pictures. 




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LANES 



38th STREET and 
POST ROAD 



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"Strike ", at last that's what sophomore Mike Baynes is hoping for when he 
bowls at the North Eastwood Bowling Alley. For your convenience the North 
Eastwood Bowl is open seven days a week with 32 lanes to choose from. 




122 




Vickie Schwartz 
Barbara Seegel 
Becky Sexton 
Janet Shanks 
Janet Sheehan 
Jeff Shelton 
David Shepherd 
Theresa Shields 
David Sinnett 

Joe Sinnett 
Gary Simpson 
Mike Sipes 
Sue Skaggs 
Debbie Skeel 
Candy Skirvin 
Pam Skirvin 
Bob Smith 
Carl Smith 

Elaine Smith 
Gail Smith 
Glenda Smith 
Gordon Smith 
Paul Smith 
Rhett Smith 
Gary Snyder 
Alex Sokolek 
Mark St. Clair 

Ruth Steadman 
Mark Stevens 
Janie Strack 
Linda Stough 
Elaine Sullivan 
Kerri Swen 
Brain Talcott 
Sylvia Talkington 
Pam Tarkington 




Carefully measuring, junior Shelia Harrison notes the weight 
of a substance on a centigram balance. In chemistry classes the 
balances are used during every major experiment where pro- 



portional weights are necessary for the correct result. The 
chemistry classes consists mainly of juniors. 



123 



Fred Taylor 
Suzanne TeVault 
Gary Thomerson 
Ann Thompson 
Dan Tippit 
Tom Tompkins 
Mark Traylor 
Susan Trotter 
Ron Turner 

Vickie Tuttle 
Terry Trigg 
Jerry Vaughn 
Carol Walden 
Vickie Walker 
Jana Walls 
Connie Walters 
Peggy Walters 
Carol Wampler 

Carol Watson 
Don Weaver 
Robbie Webb 
Denise Weir 
Nancy Weir 
Charles Welhoelter 
Bob Wessel 
Bobby Westerfield 
Ronnie Whittle 

Lenny Willan 
Robert Williams 
Liz Winters 
Brent Woody 
David Wray 
John Wright 
Renne Wright 
Eva Ziegal 
Vickie Zimmerman 





During halftime, at basketball games this year, a group of 
very talented girls kept the crowd in their seats for a per- 
formance. These girls are picked each year at an audition to 



determine the best skilled. A large part of the patriettes chosen 
were juniors. They usually have had some cheerblock experi- 
ence. The football patriettes attended a special summer camp. 




124 




Irvington 

Sports Center 
11 27 N.Arlington 



As Bill Muffler holds a football from Irvington 
Sports Center, he recalls his days as a running 
back last season. Irvington Sports Center Inc. 
has a wide selection of sports equipment for 
active people. 



Ponderosa 
Steak House 

4228 N. Post Rd. 

Carry Out Service 

Call Ahead: 897-3565 



"Come as you are, we want everyone to enjoy steak." This is one of Pon- 
derosa Steak House's many homey requests and Sandy South is taking full 
advantage of it. Ponderosa's large dining room has rustic setting with 
smiling faces and helpful folks around to help your smallest needs. Their 
steaks are the greatest and the outdoor feeling fills you as you eat Pon- 
derosa's char-boiled steaks. 






125 



'Pat's have a better idea' wins for sophs 



Emerging as the future leaders of 
the school is the class of '74. Leading 
the class are counselors Mr. Ligon 
Drane and Mr. Don Austin. Both 
counselors work together to encour- 
age the class in their school work 
and other outside interests. 

Many sophomores are enrolled in 
Biology classes where all students be- 
came experts at bird watching and 
leaf collecting. Many attended the 
annual bird trip to Jasper Pulaski. 

The sophomores came up with the 
winning homecoming float entitled 
"Pat's have a better idea'. Calvin 
Johnson represented a mortician and 
drove the float which featured Denise 
Eckert, representing Greenfield in a 
coffin. 

Sophomores participated actively in 
sports and extra-curricular activities. 
Howard Bowling and. Dave Glaspie 
helped the basketball squads. Rick 
Harris and Luke Schaaf aided the 
football team. 



Sophomores Steve Lee, Paul Dickerson, Chris 
Fields, and Doug Wampler take charge in ring- 
ing the Patriot Bell at home football games. 






Reserve cheerleaders Sherry Benham, Buffy Leon, Cindy Sayles, Evelyn 
Williams, Cheryl McKinley and Debbie Hardman help the Varsity cheer- 
leaders at football games to arouse the spirit of the crowd. 



Sophomores Rose Sanders, Roxanne Thames and Sharon Adams who are 
enrolled in foods classes look through recipes to find one that will make 
a well-balanced meal. Many Sophomore girls take home economics. 



126 




Christia Adams 
Tom Adams 
Morris Allen 
Shirley Allen 
Mark Arnold 
Elaine Asher 
Sarah Askren 
Bob Austin 
Mike Baine 

Tom Ballard 
Weston Bartels 
Tom Bartlett 
Steve Bateman 
Judy Bedwell 
Judy Begines 
Karen Begley 
Judy Benge 
Sheri Benham 

Camille Bennett 
Sandy Bernard 
Debbie Berry 
Vivian Biddy 
Diane Blackwell 
Roy Blakeburn 
Donnie Blakley 
Susie Blanchard 
Joyce Bland 

Marc Blaydoe 
Eddie Blunt 
Jenny Bocock 
Rita Bach 
Robin Bonebrake 
Mike Bonham 
Pat Bonham 
Gloria Bouchaonnet 
Linda Boughton 

Eugena Bow 
Allan Bowlby 
Howard Bowling 
Steve Bowman 
Kathy Boyd 
Bill Boyer 
Steve Boyle 
Bob Bradshaw 
Vicki Bradshaw 

Donna Braun 
Mike Bridgins 
Karen Bright 
Don Bristow 
Jim Bristow 
Kristen Britton 
Lester Britton 
Anthony Broadnax 
Jim Brooks 

Don Brown 
Glenda Brown 
Julie Brown 
Keith Brown 
Tommie Brown 
Fred Browne 
Peggy Bruce 
Dan Brunelle 
Shirley Bryant 

Steve Bullington 
Linda Bumpas 
John Bunce 
Ivan Bunes 
Karen Burcham 
Jan Burleson 
Susie Burris 
Julie Burris 
Dennis Burtener 

Debbie Butler 
Jeff Buttram 
Mike Byas 
Steve Byas 
Arlessa Byrd 
Renee Byrd 
Mark Campbell 
Steve Campbell 
Tom Campbell 



127 



Compliments of 

PRESTON'S 
SUPERMARKET 



21st & Ritter 
71st & Keystone 
38th &Shadeland 
16th & Emerson 
38th & Post Road 
73rd & Keystone 




Working hard and enthusiastically is a student from Marshall at Preston's Supermarket. At Preston's 
everything is at its best. 



Tom Canavan 
Sheila Carey 
Lila Carney 
Kevin Carver 
June Cash 
Janice Cash 
Linda Castledine 
Darlene Cecil 
Bruce Center 

Mack Chandler 
Raymond Cheatham 
Greg Cheslyn 
Bill Chestnutt 
Duane Christmon 
Cindy Clark 
Ron Clark 
Jerry Claspell 
Jim Clawson 

Rick Clements 
Rocky Clements 
Bob Cleveland 
Dan Cline 
Denise Clodfelter 
Jenny Clouse 
Autumn Cluggish 
Connie Coapstick 
Jenny Coburn 

Denise Cole 
Paul Collins 
Frances Colon 
Sara Conley 
Doug Conner 
Bernice Cooper 
Water Cooper 
Ronna Copass 
David Copp 




128 




Michelle Corliss 
Mike Corne 
Ed Cottrell 
Johnny Cox 
Pam Cox 
John Crabtree 
Terri Craig 
Cindy Crawley 
Patty Crawley 

David Criswell 
Steve Crutcher 
Cindy Cunningham 
Nora Cydrus 
David Dabney 
Michelle Daniels 
Mike Daurelle 
Jonni Davenport 
Mark Davidson 

Sarah Davis 
Virgil Davis 
Terry Davison 
Larry Decatur 
David Dehaven 
Mike Dennis 
Gerald Dibbern 
Bill Dichenson 
Don Dillard 

Jim Doan 
Ruth Doan 
Debbie Doerr 
Donna Douglas 
Margo Duerson 
Larry Dumas 
Terri Duncan 
John Dunn 
Kenny Durham 





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Mary Easier 
Denise Eckert 
Earneitine Eddy 
Delmer Edmonds 
David Edwards 
Diana Edwards 
Bill Effinger 
Henry Eisenbarth 
Jeff Eisinger 

John Elkins 
Christine Elliott 
Marsha Ellison 
Beth Ely 
Ron Embry 
Tina Emery 
Pam Emrick 
Mike England 
Anna English 

Eric Enochs 
Jo Lynn Erby 
Eileen Estep 
Mike Estranda 
Ronnie Evans 
Dianne Felder 
Donna Ficklin 
Chris Fields 
Jeff Fisher 

Mike Fisher 
Duane Ford 
Greg Ford 
Debbie Foreman 
Mike Foreman 
Alice Forte 
George Fox 
Sam Fox 
David Franklin 





F 
L 
ARLINGTON 
W 
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356-2489 
1335 N. Arlington 



Admiring the beautiful flowers at Arlington Flower Shop is Terri Perkins. Arlington provides beautiful 
arrangements for any occasion. 



130 




Above is the 1970-71 Freshman Baseball team. The team had a good year 
and they finished with a record of 3-3. With the experience they have ob- 
tained, many that were on the team will go on to play Varsity or Junior 



Varsity baseball. BOTTOM ROW: Doug Wampler, Tom Hopkins, Charles Ellis, 
Gary Woods, Jeff Stephens. TOP ROW: Steve Bullington, Rocky Clements, 
Jeff Eisinger, John Crabtree, Mark Hollcraft. 




Bob Fravel 
Arnold Freeman 
Bonnie Fuller 
Debbie Fuitz 
Valorie Gannon 
Marilyn Garvey 
Mike Gavin 
Bill Gebby 
Bobby Gebhart 

David Gentry 
Pam Geyer 
Mary Gibson 
John Gillard 
Brendetta Gilliam 
Jeff Gilliland 
Ken Ginger 
David Glaspie 
Mike Glodfelty 

Ellen Gloye 
Mark Goar 
Pam Goodman 
Kim Gorman 
Bill Graetz 
Steve Green 
Dick Gregory 
Robert Gregory 
Monica Grimes 

Sherry Grubaugh 
Virginia Gulley 
Lori Gunning 
Ardith Gutzmer 
Debbie Haggins 
Alma Hagoods 
David Hall 
Mike Hamilton 
Diana Harden 



131 



Peggy Hardy 
Dan Harlan 
Melanie Harris 
Rick Harris 
Debby Hartman 
Diane Hassos 
Lee Hatcher 
Vicki Haymaker 
Vanessa Haynes 

Vicki Haywood 
Sharon Heady 
Bill Heath 
Jim Harrin 
Paul Higdon 
Kathy Hileman 
Terry Hochgesang 
Jim Hodges 
Julie Hohenberger 

Mike Holden 
Gerry Hollonquest 
Melissa Holmes 
Greg Holstein 
Tom Hopkins 
Bruce Horste 
Karen Hosbein 
Gregory Howard 
Sydney Howard 

David Howell 
Sharon Hubbard 
Karen Hungerford 
LaVerne Hunt 
Dan Hurt 
George Hurt 
Charles Hutchison 
Steve Isaacson 
Anthony Jackson 

Bob Jackson 
Brian James 
Tim James 
Marilyn Jamison 
Kim Jennings 
Carol Jensen 
Calvin Johnson 
Jackie Johnson 
Lawrence Johnson 





HINEL 

BOWLING 

LANES 



6833 Mass. Ave. 

545-1231 

'Across from Lums' 



Strike! Right down the lanes at Hindel Bowl Take after Steve Hall and go to Hindel's. 



132 





WARDELL'S FLORISTS 



"Say It With Flowers" 



Enthusiastic Patriots Kathy Nell and Francis Colon cheer their team on to vic- 
tory at the Marshall-Tech game. 




Michelle Johnson 
Sharon Johnson 
Vicki Johnson 
Fred Jones 
Doug Jones 
Rena Jones 
Sharon Kafader 
Ray Kane 
Jimmye Keaton 

Debbie Kemp 
Donna Kennard 
John Kennedy 
Jim Kimsey 
David King 
Chris Kirby 
Mark Kirby 
Karen Kirk 
Rick Kirk 

Pam Kolcheck 
Dennis Koester 
Harold Kouns 
Gerald Kuhn 
Peggy Lacy 
George LaFever 
Jeff Land 
David Lane 
Marianna Laubscher 

Jim Lee 
Dan Lee 
Judy Lee 
Silas Lee 
Steve Lee 
Sheryl Lembcke 
Buffy Leon 
Jackie Lepscum 
Marsha Lessig 



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133 




HONG 

KONG 

INN 



Chinese and American 
Food 



8079 E. 38th St. 
898-0613 



Relax In 
The Oriental 
Atmosphere 



Setting comfortably in the relaxing, oriental atmosphere at Hong Kong Inn is Fred Page and company. 
Try it yourself! Located at nearby Franklin Gables Shopping Center, the Hong Kong Inn features both 
oriental and American food for everyone's taste. This year's Quill and Scroll group ate there for 
their special meeting. 



Judy Levine 
Diana Lingenfelter 
Chris Listenberger 
Claude Livesay 
Jim Loeber 
David Long 
Mark Lowe 
Miliadee Luttrell 
Anthony Mabry 

Robin Mack 
Debbie Markey 
Lisa Markham 
Colene Marsh 
David Martin 
Judy Martin 
Keith Martin 
Dennis Mason 
Mike Mattingly 

Herbert May 
Steve McCaffrey 
Kathy McCarthy 
Debbie McCoy 
Angela McGaughey 
Margaret McGinnus 
Cheryl McKinley 
Suann McMahon 
Janet Mears 

Perry Meek 

Suzanne Messersmith 

Lee Miller 

Steve Miller 

Bob Mills 

Jackie Miner 

Jerri Moll 

Cindy Monaghan 

Candy Montgomery 




134 




Brian Mooney 
Bob Moore 
Robby Moore 
Jerry Morgan 
Mary Morgan 
Wanda Morrow 
Shari Moss 
Sandra Moulder 
Mark Moyer 

Jack Mullins 
Marisa Mullin 
Paula Murray 
Vicki Murray 
Mary Musgrave 
Cenise Nahre 
Mark Neff 
Kathy Nell 
Brad Nestler 

Valenda Newell 
Starla Newman 
Terry Nicholson 
Greg Niggle 
Tanna Noe 
Steve Nokes 
Joe Norton 
Connie Oakes 
Teresa Osborn 

Karen Oliver 
Charles Owen 
Lola Owens 
Luis Padro 
Don Paff 
Jay Page 
Wanda Page 
Don Palmer 
Lucinda Palmer 







JOHNSON'S 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

STUDIOS 



28 N. Webster 
356-2619 



The Finest 

In Portraits 

and Special 

Occasions At 

Reasonable Prices 

Color or Black 

And White 



135 



POST 




PHARMACY 



POST VALUE 
SHOPPING CENTER 



2117 N. PostRd. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Phone 898-1380 




Miss Elaine Teter helps sophomore Harold Kouns with an Algebra problem. 
Many sophomores are enrolled in either Algebra or General Math. Often 
times they go now to harder courses such as Unified Math and Calculus. 



Darlene Parnell 
Steve Parrot 
Larry Parsley 
Kendrick Partridge 
Joni Patterson 
Bill Perkinson 
Randy Phegley 
Debbie Pfeuffer 
Yvonne Phillip 

Pat Pidcock 
Joni Plummer 
Yvette Potter 
Leroy Power 
David Prhan 
David Price 
Johnny Pritchard 
Jeff Proctor 
Larry Proffit 

Nadine Proffitt 
Joe Oualizza 
Curtis Ragan 
Jan Ramer 
Kenny Ranee 
Charles Ratcliff 
Ed Ratcliff 
Jeanne Ray 
Candy Reason 

Terry Reckert 
Michele Reddon 
Rose Reed 
Sherry Reinert 
Debbie Reitz 
Susan Remete 
Jody Retherford 
Jeana Reynolds 
Karen Rhodes 




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Debbie Richardson 
Diana Richardson 
Sherrill Richeson 
Steve Riding 
Aulman Rieger 
Ruth Roark 
Jeff Roberts 
Denise Robinson 
Doug Rockel 

Alfred Rodriquez 
Celis Rodriquez 
Tawan Rogers 
Sandy Rogier 
Patty Root 
Patty Ruble 
Otis Rumple 
Ene Ruusma 
Mike Salazar 

Rose Sanders 
Cindy Sayles 
Luke Schaaf 
Bill Schantz 
John Schantz 
Dian Schenk 
Jeff Scofield 
Carolyn Scott 
Lee Ann Scott 

Linda Scott 
Ron Shaffer 
Barbara Shanks 
Denise Shaw 
Terry Shepard 
Kathy Shields 
Bob Shinkle 
Greg Shull 
Konnda Simpson 

Rodney Skaggs 
Don Slate 
Jeff Sloan 
Alan Smith 
Bob Smith 
Greg Smith 
Kenneth Smith 
Linda Smith 
Sherry Smith 






Sophomore Pam Goodman sings in the Girls En- 
semble hoping to be in Concert Choir next 
year. There are many different singing groups. 

Bonnie Fuller and Donna Kennard are two of 
many sophomores that participated in the all- 
school production The Sound of Music. 



137 



Nancy Smith 
Russell Smith 
Tina Smith 
Toni Smith 
Tom Smith 
Elgar Slicer 
Steve Sokolek 
Gary Solomon 
Jim Soots 

Susan Stadler 
Pat Stapelkemper 
Glenda Starling 
Terry Steen 
Becky Steiner 
Jeff Stephens 
Mark Stevens 
Bob Stewart 
George Stigler 

Terry Stogsdill 
Larry Stockhoff 
Melva Street 
Randy Strothman 
Mike Suhre 
Paul Sulzberger 
Lisa Surdi 
Ricky Surdi 
Vicki Terry 

Roxanne Thames 
Terry Theyssen 
Debbie Thomas 
Judy Thompson 
Ricky Tichenor 
Greg Ticher 
Jim Totton 
Sheila Trowbridge 
Andy Tucker 




IT'S 

THE 

REAL 

THING 




138 




Mike Turner 
Pam Tuttle 
Mike Tyree 
Donna Unangst 
Valerie Urie 
Irma VanDamme 
Ray Vincel 
Bruce Walker 
David Walker 

Jeff Walker 
Debbie Waller 
David Walls 
Donna Walters 
Doug Wampler 
Mike Warner 
Sandy Warner 
Becky Weathers 
Elenor Wertenberger 

Steve Westan 
Richard Wharton 
Willie Whatley 
Gary Wheatley 
Roger Whitacre 
John White 
Kevin White 
Perry White 
Mike Whitehead 

Joe Whiteside 
Vickie Whitfield 
Rodney Whitfield 
Jim Whittington 
Kathy Whyde 
Pat Wicker 
Rose Wight 
Richard Wildrick 
Jay Wilkerson 



Jackie Willan 
Carol Williams 
Donna Williams 
Evelyn Williams 
Kevin Williams 
Marcia Williams 



Roy Williams 
Ron Williams 
Tim Williams 
Greg Wilson 
Debbie Wimp 
John Winters 



Tina Wolf 
Roger Wolfe 
Teresa Wood 
Connie Woodruff 
Crystal Woods 
Gary Woods 



Pam Wooton 
Richard Worth 
Brenda Wright 
Randy Wright 
Tim Wright 
Carol Yates 



Steve York 
Mickie Youngs 
Paula Young 
Lauren Ziesemer 
Jerry Zimmerman 



139 



Frosh add 200 in 1972 to total nearly 800 



With the aid of many public and 
parochial grade schools, the freshman 
class came to a total of nearly 800. 

Under the guidance of Mrs. Mar- 
jorie Christy and Mr. George McCool, 
the freshmen class of '75 prepare 
themselves for the next four years at 
Marshall. Both counselors assist in 
making plans for the future years at 
Marshall as well as possible careers. 

Orientation classes are also set up 
to answer any questions the freshman 
might have. The Nelson-Denny Read- 
ing test is among the battery of tests 
given to freshman to insure their aca- 
demic success at Marshall. 

Many freshman boys participated 
in football, basketball, baseball, 
wrestling, and track. Freshman girls 
are active in cheerleading, GAA, and 
musical groups. Frosh are involved 
in Student Council, marching band, 
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Many freshman join the Cheerblock to support their teams by coming to every home game and by 
cheering with the Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders. Before becoming a Varsity cheerleader, 
students must have been in the cheerblock for at least one year. 





Carol Newell and Bob Gebby practice long hours 
to be able to be in A Band the second Semester. 
The band always has a Concert in the Spring. 

Freshman cheerleaders Kim Kingsley and Lydia 
Holstein hold up the banner telling the Pat's 
that it's "Time to Fight". 



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Terry Aaron 
Neal Abner 
Sarah Abrams 
Andy Ackles 
Randy Ackles 
James Adams 
Karen Adams 
Larry Adams 
Sharon Adams 

Sharon Adams 
Greg Ahrens 
Susan Aitken 
Debbie Albertson 
Lori Alburtis 
David Alchin 
Joey Alderson 
Janet Alexander 
Myra Allegree 

Cassandra Allen 
Darrell Allen 
Kevin Allen 
Martha Allen 
Shawn Allen 
Howard Alley 
Benny Anderson 
David Anderson 
Bob Aton 

Sue Baber 
Lance Baird 
Cheryl Baker 
James Baker 
Michelle Ballard 
Bruce Barclay 
Adele Barnard 
Larry Barnes 
Steve Bartholomew 

Brenda Basso 
Daniel Batey 
Eric Bennett 
James Bennett 
Michael Bennett 
Anita Benson 
Linda Benson 
Richard Benton 
Eddie Benyon 

Patrice Beriault 
Tina Billerman 
Cynthia Bishop 
Tim Bittner 
Herbert Blakey 
Randy Blanchard 
William Blanchard 
Vickie Blaydes 
Patricia Blunt 

Willy Bobbit 
Ronald Boggs 
Dennis Bolner 
Caryn Bolton 
Anita Bowen 
Dan Boyle 
Verline Bradford 
Doug Bradford 
Ronald Breen 

Billy Brewster 
Greg Bridges 
Tina Bristow 
Darlena Britton 
Mike Broadus 
Diane Brock 
Lorraine Brooks 
Billie Brown 
Deloris Brown 

Donald Brown 
Dennis Brown 
Kathy Brown 
Mike Brown 
Mike Brown 
Shirley Brown 
Shelida Brown 
Wanda Brown 
Debra Browning 



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Camillia Buell 
Harold Burton 
Terri Butler 
Vicky Butler 
Deborah Byerly 
Victoria Byrne 
Bob Caldwell 
Mark Caldwell 

Joey Calhoun 
Luther Calvert 
Debbie Campbell 
Terry Campbell 
Steve Canavan 
Larry Carmon 
Bob Carney 
Jennifer Carney 
Don Caruthers 

Mary Carter 
Keith Carver 
Sharon Caudill 
John Cecil 
Deenah Chambers 
Sharon Chambers 
Lester Chaney 
Kim Chapman 
Kevin Cheatham 

Mike Child 
Debra Christmon 
Beverly Clark 
Vicki Clark 
Christine Clayton 
Ron Clements 
Ronnie Clements 
Marjorie Cline 
Anthony Cole 



Denise Cole 
Zetra Coles 
Garry Colledge 
Denise Collins 
Sharon Compton 
Debbie Connelly 
Bob Connor 



Sheryl Connor 
Kris Conover 
Karen Cook 
Paula Cook 
Priscilla Cook 
Richard Cook 
Debbie Cooper 



Dwight Cooper 
Francine Cooper 
Mark Cope 
Don Copus 
Clayton Clouch 
Robert Coulter 
Jack Cowen 



Don Cox 
Janice Cromwell 
Greg Crawley 
Terry Crawley 
Carol Crawford 
Cheryl Crenshaw 
Terry Creekbaum 



Brenda Crouch 
Connie Crow 
Marcia Cullum 
Robin Cunnings 
Wylena Curless 
Robert Curlin 
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Freshman enrolled in Oriention classes learn their way around school, 
the school rules, and program planning. In Reading Lab they learn more 
effective ways for studying and how to improve their reading skills; the 



reading lab is under supervision of Mrs. Jane Zerbo and Miss Jane Fran- 
ceschini. Orientation students completed their four-year program with the 
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Joseph Dalton 
Alyce Dameron 
Cheryl Daughterly 
Debbie Davenport 
Betty Davis 
Louise Davis 
Linda Dawson 
Beth Davidson 
Sherry Davison 

Darlene Davis 
Henry Davis 
Linda Davies 
Larry Davis 
Marcia Davis 
Micheal Davis 
Susan Davis 
Nina Dean 
Greta Deckard 

Mark Decker 
Cynthia Degler 
Desiree Lehman 
Donna Devane 
Cheryl Devine 
Debra Dicks 
Ana Diaz 
Gary Dillahay 
John Dillard 

Tracy Dilley 
Debra Dine 
Linda Dineff 
Ronald Dineff 
Sherree Dinwiddie 
Patricia Dobbs 
Carl Dodd 
Johnny Dodson 
Katherine Dorris 




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Tim Erickson 
Karen Enochs 
Darlene England 
Linda Elkins 
Arthur Elkins 

Mark Edwards 
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Bill Edington 
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Sandra Farmer 
Richard Farmer 
Terrea Faucett 
Deborah Felder 
Mike Fisher 

Becky Feilds 
Teresa Fischer 
Doug Flemine 
Candice Fitch 
Cindy Fitzgibbons 
Keith Fluharty 
Randy Flory 
Elaine Fletcher 
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Ken Fording 
Kim Fontana 
Ted Forte 
Joyce Fowlkes 
Cindy Frost 
Dan Funs 
Diana Fugit 
Debra Fuller 
Albert Furlani 

Frank Gageby 
Adie Gaines 
Geoffrey Gaither 
Lisa Gavin 
Mike Gearin 
Bob Gebby 
Brian Gelinas 
Tina Gentry 
Mike Gentzel 

Jeff George 
Paul George 
John Gerlach 
Terri Germany 
Susan Geyer 
Don Gholson 
Ted Gibson 
Tonya Gilkey 
Terry Gill 

Loretta Gimlich 
Rosa Gioe 
Lynn Gleason 
Bob Glenn 
Cary Goar 
Ralph Goode 
Janet Goodwin 
Mary Goebel 
Derotha Goodman 

Beth Grant 
Tim Grant 
Mike Green 
Bonita Griffin 
Barbara Grimes 
Mike Green 
Larry Hadler 
Beverly Hall 
Debbie Hall 

John Hall 
Teresa Hall 
Terri Hemmelgarn 
Pam Hammond 
Joe Hammond 
Joe Hand 
Randy Hankins 
Scott Harding 
Ricky Hargrove 

Doug Harlos 
Loretta Harlos 
Joe Harris 
Suzanne Hartell 
Mark Harvey 
Calvin Hatcher 
Curtis Hawkins 
Shelley Hawkins 
Herman Haynes 

Michael Heady 
Michael Heeg 
Terrie Heichelbech 
Victoria Hellmer 
Jan Heman 
Robert Heman 
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Tyrone Hendricks 
Debra Hennessee 

Karen Herr 
Charles Hickman 
Joseph Hicks 
Angela Hicks 
Terry Hicks 
David Higgins 
David Hightshoe 
Mary Hill 
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Jeff Hirsch 
Kenneth Hipsher 
Robert Hischemiller 
Eddie Hobbs 
Timothy Hodge 
Dave Hogue 
Greg Hole 
Paul Holden 
Lydia Holstein 

Kevin Holston 
Fred Hooten 
Eric Hopson 
Steve Horste 
Grover Hougland 
Alyson Huston 
Floyd Howard 
Bob Hudson 
David Huff 

Terry Humphrey 
Ronnie Hungerford 
Steve Hurt 
Jim Hutchings 
Pat Hutchinson 
Debbie Inman 
Richard Inskeep 
John Irvin 
Cindy Isaacs 

Suzanne Israel 
Debbie Jacob 
Sandy Jarchow 
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Larry Justice 
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Dennis Kugler 
Kalas Kuhn 
Tom Kuhn 
Veronica Lake 
David Lamberg 
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Steve Laing 

Mike Lasley 
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James Lawrence 
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Mike Lindsay 
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Robert Lingenfelter 
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Paula Lockridge 
Mike Logan 
Terry Long 
Denise Lorton 

Dianna Lorton 
Marlie Lucas 
Joe Lucas 
Tom Lucas 
Debbie Lund 
Richard Lynch 
Rick Lynch 
Howard Lyons 
Mary Lyons 





Journalism is a course increasing in popularity 
with freshman. They learned to write stories for 
newspaper. 

Many freshman participate in the Marching Band 
which performs every year in the 500 Race 
Parade downtown. 



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Johnny McBride 
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Randell McDowell 
Susan McGaughey 

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Leslie Miller 
Mary Miller 
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John Moffitt 
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Cynthia Moon 
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Mary Moore 
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Molly Mulcahy 

Elmer Mullin 

Myra Murray 

Santle Murrell 

Chris Neff 

Mike Nell 

Andrea Newenschwander 

Diana Nevels 

Dennis Newman 

Carolyn Newell 

Cheryl Nichols 
Bob Niemann 
Ron Nix 
Janet Nolan 
Mike Nolan 
Jim Oakley 
Dan O'Connor 
Lisa Ogle 
Paul Oler 

Lydia Oliphant 
Dan O'Neill 
Karen Orear 
Patty Osborn 
Curt Outlaw 
Dan Owens 
Larry Owen 
Sean Paff 
Kevin Padgett 

Manuel Padro 
Carolyn Page 
Robin Pagels 
Frank Pangallo 
Margaret Park 
Donna Parker 
Kathy Parks 
Mike Parham 
Vicki Parton 

Mike Patterson 
Bob Paulson 
Niccola Penick 
Jim Penman 
Greg Perkins 
Cheryl Perkins 
Julie Perry 
Kevin Perry 
Linda Peterson 




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Assembling U.S. students before entering the 
exhibiting rooms of the Indianapolis Art Museum 
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Jenny Phillips 
Larry Pickrell 
Cassandra Pitcher 
Rodney Pittman 
Greg Plant 
April Poindexter 
Amelia Posley 
Yvonne Potter 

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Tom Preston 
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Becky Prince 
Dennis Proffitt 
Frank Puckett 
Kathy Purcell 
Cathy Quenell 
Vicki Quire 

David Ralston 
Rick Raney 
Tina Rausch 
Kevin Rayford 
Debbie Rayner 
Robert Rayner 
Dennis Reardon 
Terry Redwood 
Pam Reed 

Bill Reid 
Joyce Reid 
Evelyn Remete 
Terry Rempe 
Kathy Retherford 
Kathy Reynolds 
Mark Rhodes 
Shannon Rifner 
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Barbara Roberts 
Kathy Robinson 
Kim Robinson 

Tom Robor 
Kim Rockel 
Jim Rodewald 
Dorothy Rodriquez 
Albert Rogers 
Linda Rogers 
Pat Rogers 
Joe Rogers 
Sandy Rogers 

Stewart Rogers 
Sandy Rose 
Mike Roth 
Joe Rugenstein 
Mark Rushton 
Kim Russel 
Sharman Sadler 
Angela Salazar 
Dennis Salazar 

Sabrina Sallee 
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Harold Sells 
Lorraine Sexton 
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Jerry Shelton 
Phillip Shannen 
James Shaw 
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Vickie Shelton 

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Richard Shinkle 
Linda Shipp 
Mike Shippoli 
Madelyn Short 
Laurie Shrout 
David Simmons 
James Simpson 

Joanne Simpson 
Larry Sims 
Dan Sinnett 
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Rodney Slater 
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Gary Smith 
Larry Smith 
Linda Smith 
Mike Smith 
Roger Smith 
Stephanie Smith 
Terry Smith 
Tommy Smith 
Willie Smith 

Joe Snedeker 
Jennifer Snow 
Christina Sokolek 
Richard South 
Alan Spang 
Tim Spriesterbach 
Janet Spriggs 
Eva Stephenson 
Diana Stewart 

Mart Stewart 
Barbara Stimer 
Danny Stockdale 
Don Strathman 
Barbara Stubbs 
Teresa Stuttle 
Donna Sullivan 
Gary Sulzberger 
Eric Swan 

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Guy Swinford 
Jackie Tarkington 
Cindy Tate 
Brenda Taylor 
Jim Taylor 
Debbie Terry 
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Marjorie Thompson 
Rose Thompson 
Sylvester Thompson 
Steve Thompson 
Sandy Thompson 
Victoria Thomas 
Harold Tipton 

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Denny Traylor 
Junita Triplet 
Tanya Trotter 
Ken Troutman 
Larry Trowbridge 
Jon Trusty 
Dan Tompkins 
Mike Turner 

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John Tyson 
Carmel Ulrey 
Carolyn VanCleave 
Richard VanCleave 
Cindy Vorek 
Greg Walford 
Brad Walker 
Bruce Walker 

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Tresia Wall 
Natalie Walls 
Ricky Walton 
Greg Walton 
Ray Walton 
Bill Wampler 
Cathy Washington 
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Listening intently to the museum guide at the Indianapolis Museum of Art 
explain the background and history of these portraits by American Artists 
are juniors from two of Mr. William Riley's U.S. History II classes. Student 



teacher John Gunia organized the field trip to break up the usual routine 
of classes and lectures and to add variety to study of the history of the 
United States. 



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more Biology II students yearn for their carefree freshman days. Next 
years sophomores will have to carry on Marshall's tradition of bird trips. 



Tramping through rain, sleet, and snow they get points toward their bird 
collections. Biology students are always on the watch for the Great Blue 
Heron which nests at Geist Reservoir. 




Denise Washington 
Maurice Washington 
Mark Washington 
Vannette Washington 
Timothy Warner 
Melanie Waters 
Mark Watkins 
Keith Watson 
Nila Watson 

Lisa Weathers 
Bryan Weaver 
Theresa Weaver 
Herman Webster 
Steve Weir 
Joe Welhoelter 
Connie Weller 
John Wenger 
Ronda West 

Gloria Whatney 
Terri Wheatley 
Jim Wheeler 
Linda Wheeler 
Delores White 
Dean White 
Gene White 
Rhonda White 
Robin White 

Janet Whitis 
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Marsha Whittle 
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Index 



Aaron, Joey, p. 102 

Aaron, Terry, p.l 41 

Akkolt, Kathy, p. 102 

Abrams, Sarah, p. 141 

Ackles, Andy, p.l 15 

Ackles, Randy, p. 141 

Adams, Bob, p.l 15,88 

Adams, Christia, p. 127 

Adams, James, p.l 41 

Adams, Karen, p. 141 

Adams, Larry, p.l 41 

Adams, Pat, p.95 

Adams, Sharon, p. 126,141 

Adams, Sharon, p. 141 

Adams, Thomas, p. 127 

Aerospace, p. 58 

Ahrens, Greg, p. 141 

Aitken, Susan, p. 141 

Alburtis, Lori, p. 141 

Alchin, David, p. 141 

Alcorn, Diane, p. 102 

Alderson, Jory, p. 141 

Alexander, Janet, p. 141 

Allegree, Marlene, p. 102, 43, 54 
Allegree, AAyra, p. 141 
Allgood, Linda, p.l 15 
Allen, Casandra, p. 141, 49 
Allen, Darrell, p. 141 
Allen, Kevin, p. 141 
Allen, Martha, p. 141 
Allen, Morris, p. 141 
Allen, Shawn, p. 141 
Allen, Shirley, p. 127 
Alley, Howard, p. 141 
Anderson, Benny, p. 44 
Anderson, David, p. 141 
Anslow, Greg, p.l 15 
Anslow, William, p. 102 
Anthony, Linda, p.l 16 
Appleby, Peggy, p. 102 
Arnold, Debra, p.l 15 
Arnold, Mark, p. 127,83 
Arnold, Millard, p.95 
Ashbrooke, Sally, p.l 15 
Asher, Elaine, p. 127 
Askren, Daniel, p.l 15 
Askren, Martha, p.l 15 
Aton, Robert, p. 141 
Aultman, Russell, p. 115,45 
Aultman, Sharon, p. 127 
Austin, Donald, p.95,89 
Austin, Robert, p.l 27 



Baber, Sue, p. 141 
Bailey, Gerald, p.l 13 
Baine, Phillip, p. 127 
Baird, Lance, p. 141 
Baker, Cheryl, p.l 41 
Baker, James, p. 141 
Baker, Richard, p.l 15 
Balchunus, Charolotte, p. 95, 17 
Ballard, Michelle, p. 141 
Ballard, Thomas, p. 127 
Barbour, Paula, p.95 
Barclay, Bruce, p. 141 
Barnard, Adell, p. 141 
Barnes, Larry, p. 141 
Barnett, John, p.l 15 
Bartels, Weston, p.l 27 
Baseball, Frosh, p. 131 
Baseball, JV, p.84 
Baseball, Varsity, p.85 
Basketball, Frosh, p.79 
Basketball, JV. p.78 
Basketball, Varsity, p.77 
Basso, Brenda, p. 141 
Basso, Cathy, p.l 02 
Basso, Paula, p.l 15 
Bateman, Stephen, p. 127 
Batey, Daniel, p. 141 
Batey, Donna, p. 102 
Baynes, Mike, p. 122 
Bedwell, Judy, p. 127 
Begines, Judeth, p. 127 
Bedwell, Ralph, p. 39 
Begines, Thomas, p. 102 
Begley, Kathy, p. 127 
Begley, Karen, p.l 27 
Behymer, Don, p. 102 
Belcher, Mike, p.l 15 
Below, Gary, p.l 15 
Benge, Judith, p. 127 
Benge, Toni, p.l 15 



Benjegerdes, Donald, p.95,19 
Benham, Debra, p.l 15 
Benham, Sheri, p. 126,127 
Bennett, Camille, p. 127 
Bennett, Eric, p. 141 
Bennett, James, p.l 41 
Bennett, Mike, p. 141 
Bennett, Robert, p.l 15,89,1 19 
Benson, Anita, p. 141 
Benson, Linda, p. 141 
Benton, Richard, p. 141 
Benyon, Eddie, p. 141 
Beriault, Patty, p. 141 
Bernard, Sandy, p. 127 
Berry, Debra, p.l 27 
Biddy, Vivian, p. 127 
Billerman, Tina, p. 141 
Bishop, Cindy, p. 141 
Bishop, Ella, p.l 15 
Bishop, Jackie, p. 102 
Bishop, Sue, p. 32 
Bittner, Timothy, p. 141 
Bixler, Casandra, p. 102 
Bixler, Larry, p.l 15,54 
Blackwell, Charles, p. 102 
Blackwell, Diane, p. 127 
Blakeburn, Roy, p.l 27 
Blakley, Donnie, p. 127 
Blakley, Herbert, p. 141 
Blanchard, James, p. 102, 48 
Blanchard, Randy, p. 141 
Blanchard, Susan, p. 127 
Blanchard, William, p. 141 
Bland, Joyce, p. 127 
Blaydes, Vickie, p. 141 
Blaydoe, Marc, p. 127 
Blunt, Eddie, p. 127 
Blunt, Pat, p. 141 
Bocock, Jenny, p. 127 
Bock, Rita, p.l 27 
Boggs, Ronald, p. 141 
Bogard, Sarah, p.95 
Boling, Diana, p. 102 
Bolner, Dennis, p. 141 
Bolton, Caryn, p. 141 
Bonebrake, Robin, p. 127 
Bonham, Mike, p. 127,48 
Bonham, Patrick, p. 127 
Booth, Jerry, p.l 15,20,24 
Bouchonnet, Gloria, p. 127 
Boughton, Debra, p. 102 
Boughton, Linda, p. 127 
Boughton, Ron, p.45 
Bouher, Patty, p. 102 
Bow, Eugena, p. 127 
Bowen, Anita, p. 141 
Bowers, Dewayne, p.l 15 
Bowers, Vickie, p. 102, 27 
Bowlby, Allan, p. 127 
Bowling, Howard, p. 127,79 
Bowman, Merrilee, p.l 15 
Bowman, Stephen, p.l 27 
Bowsher, Donnie Ray, p. 102 
Boyce, Cindy Lou, p.l 15 
Boyd, Kathy Faye, p.l 27 
Boyer, Micheal, p.l 15,87,1 14 
Boyer, William, p. 127 
Boyle, Dan, p. 141 
Boyle, Marein, p. 102 
Boyle, Steve, p. 127 
Bradford, Doug, p.l 41 
Bradford, Verline, p. 141 
Bradshaw, Robert, p. 127 
Bradshaw, Vickie, p. 127 
Brake, Kay, p.l 02 
Brancheau, Susan, p.l 15,55 
Brandenburg, Gail, p. 102, 45 
Brandes, Ray, p.95 
Braun, Donna, p. 127 
Breedon, Billy Ray, p.l 15,54,44 
Breen, Ronald, p. 14] 
Brewer, Chuck, p. 102, 45,91, 76 
Brewer, Mike, p. 102 
Brewster, Alan, p. 104 
Bridges, Greg, p. 141 
Briggs, Jerry, p.l 15 
Bright, Karen, p.l 27 
Brill, Debbie, p. 102 
Brill, Rustie, p.l 15 
Bristow, Donald, p.l 27 
Bristow, James, p. 127 
Bristow, Tina, p. 141 
Britton, Kristen, p. 127, 29 
Britton, Lester, p.l 27 
Broadnox, Anthony, p. 127 
Brock, Diane, p. 141 
Brooks, Lorraine, p. 141 
Brown, Dennis, p. 141 
Brown, Deloris, p. 141 
Brown, Diane, p. 103 
Brown, Donald, p. 141 
Brown, Glenda, p. 127 
Brown, Harold, p. 58 
Brown, Julia, p.l 27 



Brown, Kathy, p.l 41 
Brown, Keith, p. 141 
Brown, Mike L., p. 141 
Brown, Mike R., p.141 
Brown, Shelida, p. 141 
Brown, Shirley, p. 141 
Brown, Tommie, p.l 27 
Brown, Terrie, p.l 15 
Brown, Wanda, p. 141 
Browne, Fred, p. 127 
Browning, Debra, p. 141 
Browning, Vivian, p.l 15 
Bruce, Peggy, p.l 27 
Brumbaugh, N., p.95 
Brunelle, Dan, p. 127 
Brunnemer, Joyce, p. 103, 45 
Bryant, Larry, p. 103 
Bryant, Linda, p.l 15 
Buckland, Roger, p. 103 
Budd, Cindy, p. 142 
Buddenbaum, Don, p.95 
Buell, Camillia, p. 142 
Bullington, D., p.96 
Bullington, Steve, p. 127 
Bumpus, Linda, p. 127, 55 
Bunce, John, p. 127 
Bunes, Ivan, p. 127 
Bunnelle, Marjorie, p.l 15,45 
Burcham, Gary, p. 103 
Burcham, Karen, p. 127 
Burleson, Jan, p. 127 
Burgin, Randy, p. 103 
Burleson, Marion, p. 94 
Burris, Evelyn, p. 127 
Burris, Julie, p. 127 
Burton, Harold, p. 142 
Burton, Ronald, p.l 15 
Busenbark, Janice, p.l 15 
Bush, Jim, p. 103 
Butler, Debra, p. 127 
Butler, Judy, p.l 15 
Butler, Rita, p.l 15 
Butler, Robert, p.l 15 
Butler, Terry, p. 142 
Butler, Vicky, p. 142 
Buttrum, David, p.l 15,23 
Butler, Lyndell, p.96 
Buttrum, Jeff, p. 127 
Byard, Sylvia, p.l 15 
Byas, Mike, p.l 27 
Byas, Steve, p.l 27 
Byerly, Debbie, p. 142 
Byerly, George, p.l 15 
Byers, Deborah, p.l 15 
Byers, Gayle, p.96 
Byrd, Arlessa, p. 127 
Byrd, Renee, p.l 27 
Byrne, Vickie, p. 142 



Caldwell, Robert, p. 142 
Cady, James, p.l 15 
Cafeteria Staff, p. 98 
Caldwell, Mark, p. 142 
Caldwell, Mike, p.l 15 
Caldwell, William, p.103 
Calhoun, Joe, p. 142 
Calloway, Patricia, p.l 15 
Calvert, Luther, p. 142 
Campbell, Deborah, p. 142 
Campbell, Lenora, p.96 
Campbell, Mark, p. 127,77 
Campbell, Steven, p.127,51 
Campbell, Tom, p. 127 
Canavan, Tom, p. 128 
Canavan, Steve, p.l 42 
Carbone, Steve, p. 103,46,1 17,101 
Corey, Shelia, p. 128 
Carmon, Larry, p. 142 
Carney, Lilia, p. 128 
Carney, Nadine, p. 49 
Carney, Robert, p. 142 
Carr, Robert, p.96,20,52 
Carruthers, Don, p. 142 
Carter, Mary, p. 142 
Cartwright, Tom, p.l 03 
Carver, Frances, p.l 15 
Carver, Keith, p. 142 
Carver, Kevin, p.l 28 
Cash, June, p.l 28 
Cash, Janice, p. 128 
Castledine, Gayle, p.l 15 
Castledine, Linda, p. 128 
Caudill, Sharon, p. 128 
Cecil, Darlene, p.l 28 
Cecil, John, p. 128 
Cederholm, Dorothy, p.96 
Center, Bruce, p. 103 
Center, William, p. 103 
Chafin, Alton, p.l 15 
Chambers, Deborah, p. 142 



Chambers, Jack, p.l 15 
Chambers, Sharon, p.l 42 
Chandler, Mack, p. 128 
Chaney, Lester, p.l 42 
Chaney, Jo, p.l 15,29 
Cheatham, Kevin, p. 142 
Cheatham, Raymond, p. 128 
Cheerleaders— Freshman, p. 68 
Cheerleaders— JV, p. 69 
Cheerleaders— Varsity, p. 68 
Cheery, Doug, p.l 15 
Cheslyn, Greg, p. 128 
Chess Club, p. 53 
Chestnutt, William, p. 128 
Child, Mike, p.142 
Childress, Mike, p.l 15,45 
Chisley, Robert, p.95 
Christmon, Detra, p. 142 
Christmon, Duane, p. 128 
Christy, Mariorie, p.96 
Choir, Liberty Bells, p. 55 
Church, Dan, p. 103, 104 
Clark, Barbara, p.l 15 
Clark, Beverly p.142 
Clark, Cynthya, p. 126 
Clark, Ron, p. 128 
Clark, Vicki, p.142 
Claspell, Carol, p. 103 
Claspell, Jerry, p. 128 
Clawson, James, p. 128 
Clayton, Christine, p.142 
Clements, Charles, p. 15 
Clements, Diane, p. 103 
Clements, Richard, p. 128 
Clements, Rocky, p. 128 
Clements, Ronald, p.142 
Cleveland, Robert, p. 126 
Clevenger, Carol, p.l 15 
Clevenger, Leslee, p. 103 
Clifford, Patricia, p.96,14 
Cline, Daniel, p.128 
Cline, James, p.l 15 
Cline, Margie, p.142 
Clause, Jennifer, p. 49 
Clodfetter, Denise, p. 128 
Cluggish, Autumn, p. 128 
Cluggish, Steve, p.l 15 
Coapstick, Connie, p. 128, 68 
Coble, Martin, p.96 
Coburn, Jenny, p.128 
Coffin, Patricia, p.96 
Cole, Anthoney, p.142 
Cole, Denise, p.142 
Cole, Denise A., p.128 
Coleman, Keith, p.l 15 

Colledge, Barry, p.142 

Colledge, Lenora, p.l 15 

Collier, Bernadette, p.96 

Collier, Joseph, p.l 15 

Collins, Guy, p.l 15 

Collins, Kay, p.l 15 

Collins, Paul, p.128 

Colon, Frances, p.128 

Colon, Mariflor, p. 103, 55 

Combs, Mark, p.l 15,60 

Concert Choir, p. 55 

Conley, Sarah, p.128 

Conn, Bessie (Mrs.), p.94 

Conner, Lenard, p.128 

Connor, Cheryl, p.142 

Connor, Janice, p. 103,9,36 

Connor, Robert, p.142 

Conover, Kris, p.142 

Coogan, Martin, p.96,52 

Cook, Connie, p. 103 

Cook, James, p.l 15 

Cook, Paula, p.142 

Cook, Priscilla, p.142 

Cook, Richard, p.142 

Cooney, Paula, p. 103 

Cooper, Bernie, p.l 28,49,44 

Cooper, Byron, p.96,14,23 

Cooper, Debra, p.142 

Cooper, Don, p. 49 

Cooper, Frances, p.142 

Cooper, Kathryn, p. 103 

Cooper, Robin, p. 103 

Cooper, Steven, p.l 03 

Cooper, Walter, p.128 

Copass, Ronna, p.128 

Copes, Patricia, p.142 

Copp, David, p.128 

Copus, Donald, p.142 

Copus, Robert, p. 103, 83 

Cordell, Tony, p. 103 

Corliss, Michelle, p. 129 

Corne, Micheal, p.129 

Corne, Steven, p. 103, 45 

Cornelius, Jeff, p.l 15 

Cory, Lynne, p.l 15,129 

Cottone, Gene, p.l 15 

Cottrell, Ed, p.129 

Couch, Clayton, p.142 

Coulter, Robert, p.142 



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Cowan, Jack, p. 142 
Cox, Donald, p. 142 
Cox, Howard, p. 103 
Cox, Johnny, p. 129 
Cox, Pam, p. 129 
Crabtree, John, p. 129 
Craig, Terri, p. 129 
Craig, Robert, p. 96 
Cranfill, Cheryl, p. 115 
Cranfill, Gorden, p. 103 
Crawford, Carol, p. 142 
Crawford, Joe, p. 115 
Crawly, Cynthis, p. 129 
Crawley, Patricia, p. 129 
Crawley, Terry, p. 142 
Crawley, Vickie, p. 115 
Creek, Tony, p. 103 
Creekbaum, Terry, p. 142 
Crenshaw, Cheryl, p. 142 
Criswell, David, p. 129 
Criswell, Debbie, p. 103 
Criswell, Denise, p. 115 
Crockett, Mary, p. 103,42 
Croney, Mike, p.l 16 
Cross Country, J.V., p. 83; V. p. 83 
Crouch, Brenda, p. 142 
Crouch, Joseph, p.l 16 
Crow, Connie, p.l 42 
Crow, Elizabeth, p.l 16 
Crowe, Sharon, p.l 16 
Crutcher, Stephanie, p. 129 
Cullum, Marcia, p. 142 
Cummings, Dennis, p.l 16 
Cummings, Robert, p. 96 
Cunningham, Cynthia, p. 129 
Cunningham, Laura, p. 103 
Cunnings, Robin, p. 142 
Cunnings, Roxanna, p.l 16 
Curless, Wylene, p. 142 
Curlin, Robert, p. 142 
Curran, Elizabeth, p.l 16 
Custodians, p. 97 
Cydrus, Nora, p. 129 



Dabney, David, p.l 29 
Dailey, Gerald, p. 96 
Dailey, Terri, p. 104 
Dale, Roland, p.96 
Dale, Terry, p.l 42 
Dalton, Joseph, p.l 44 
Dalton, Martha, p. 104 
Dameron, Alyee, p. 144 
Daniels, Michelle, p. 129 
Dougherty, Cheryl, p. 144 
Dougherty, Steve, p.l 16 
Daurelle, Mike, p. 129 
Davenport, Debbie, p.l 44 
Davenport, Jonni, p. 129 
Davidson, Beth, p. 144 
Davidson, Mark, p.l 29 
Davies, Betty, p. 28,1 44 
Davies, Jack, p.96 
Davis, Darlene, p. 144 
Davis, Deborah, p. 104 
Davis, Henry, p.l 44 
Davis, Kenneth, p.l 16 
Davis, Joyce, p. 104 
Davis, Larry, p.l 44 
Davis, Louise, p.l 44 
Davis, Marcia, p.l 44 
Davis, Micheal, p.l 44 
Davis, Sarah, p. 129 
Davis, Sherry, p.l 44 
Davis, Susan, p.l 44,49 
Davis, Virgil, p.l 29 
Davidson, Sherry, p.l 44 
Day, Karen, p.l 16,55 
Day, Paul, p. 104 
Deal, John, p.96 
Dean, Nina, p.l 44 
DECA Club, p.101 
Decatur, Tarry, p. 129 
Dekard, Gerta, p. 144 
Deckar, Mark, p. 144 
Degler, Cynthia, p.l 44,53 
Degler, Richard, p. 104 
Degler, Thomas, p.l 16 
Dehaven, Dave, p.l 29 
Delks, Julie, p. 104,46,70,101 
Denney, Jeff, p.l 16 
Dennis, Micheal, p.l 16 
Dennis, Micheal, 129 
Denny, Jackie, 1 16 
Denny, Karen, p.l 16 
Desmon, Victoria, p.l 16 
Denton, Rick, p. 104 
Detzler, Theresa, p.l 16 
Devane, Donna, p.l 44 
Devine, Cheryl, p.l 44 
Diaz, Ana, p.l 44 



Dibburn, Gerald, p. 129 
Dickerson, Paul, p. 126 
Dickerson, William, p. 129 
Dicks, Debra, p. 144 
Dikum, Patty, p. 104,45 
Dillahay, Gary, p. 144 
Dillard, Don, p. 129 
Dillard, John, p. 144 
Dille, Geoffrey, p. 104 
Dillon, Norma, p.96 
Dilly, Tracy, p.l 44 
Dine, Debra, p. 144 
Dineff, Linda, p. 144 
Dineff, Ronald, p. 144 
Dinwiddie, Sherrey, p. 144 
Dixon, Debra, p. 104 
Dixon, Terry, p. 104 
Doan, James, p. 129 
Doan, Pam, p. 104 
Doan, Ruth, p. 129 
Dobbs, Patricia, p.l 44 
Dodd, Carl, p.l 44 
Dodson, Johnny, p. 144 
Doerr, Debbra, p. 129 
Donaldson, Marion, p. 145 
Dorris, Kathren, p. 144 
Douglas, Donna, p. 129 
Douglas, Dorothy, p. 28,95 
Drake, Antoinette, p. 104 
Drake, Debra, p.l 45 
Drama Club, p. 45 
Drane, Ligon, p. 94 
Drill Team, p. 48 
Driner, Maurice, p. 145 
Duerson, Lavenia, p. 145 
Duerson, Margo, p. 129 
Dugan, Anne, p.l 16 
Duling, Ricky, p. 145 
Dumas, Geraldine, p.l 45 
Dumas, Larry, p. 129 
Duncan, Rick, p. 104,60,75,1 19 
Duncan, Terri, p. 129 
Dunkerly, Margret, p. 105 
Dunn, John, p. 129 
Durham, Franklin, p. 145 
Durham, Kenneth, p. 129 
Durham, Mike, p.96 
Durall, Virginia, p. 145 
Durall, Virginia, p. 145 
Dycus, Theresa, p. 145 
Dye, Melody, p.l 16 
Dyer, Theresa, p.l 45 
Dyke, Brend, p. 116 



Ealy, Sylvia, p. 145 
Easier, Mary, p. 130,28 
Eaaon, John, p.96 
Eaton, Janet, p. 105 
Eberle, Janet, p.96 
Ebert, Elizabeth, p. 116,45 
Eckert, Alberta, p. 105,68 
Eckert, Denise, p.l 30 
Eddy, Earnestine, p. 130 
Edmonds, Delmer, p. 130 
Edwards, Carol, p.l 16,24 
Edwards, Dave, p.l 30 
Edwards, Debbie, p.l 16 
Edwards, Diane, p. 130 
Edwards, Janice, p.l 16 
Edwards, Sandra, p.l 16 
Effinger, Mike, p.l 16 
Effinger, William, p. 130 
Eineman, Gary, p. 105 
Eisenbarth, Henery, p. 130 
Eisinger, Jay, p. 105 
Eisinger, Jeff, p. 130 
Elder, Mike, p.l 16,45 
Elkins, John, p.l 30 
Elliot, Christine, p. 130 
Ellison, Mark, p.l 16 
Ellison, Marsha, p. 130 
Elmore, Doug, p.l 16 
Ely, Beth, p. 130 
Emery, Tina, p. 130 
Emrick, Candace, p. 105 
Emirck, Pam, p. 130 
England, Darlene, p.l 45 
England, Mike, p. 130 
English, Anna, p. 130 
Enochs, Eric, p. 130 
Enochs, Karen, p.l 45 
Enochs, Terry, p.l 16 
Erby, Jo, p. 130 

Erickson, Mike, p.l 16,18,89,1 14 
Erickson, Tim, p. 145 
Essex, John, p. 105 
Essex, Tim, p. 145 
Estell, Edwin, p.96 
Esten, Virginia, p.96 
Estep, Barbara, p. 105 



Estep, Eileen, p.l 30 
Esten, v., p.96 
Esfranda, Mike, p. 130 
Evans, Karen, p.l 16 
Evans, Ron, p.l 30 
Evans, Thersa, p.l 16 
Eury, Nancy, p.l 17 



Fancher, Debbie, p. 105 
Fancher, Mike, p.l 17 
Farber, Eric, p. 105 
Farmer, Richard, p. 145 
Farmer, Sandra, p.l 45 
Fast, Debra, p.l 17 
Faucett, Theresa, p.l 15 
Falkner, Melanie, p. 105 
Felder, Debra, p. 145 
Felder, Dianne, p. 130 
Fellows, John, p. 95 
Ficklin, Donna, p. 130 
Ficklin, Sherry, p. 105 
Fields, Becky, p. 145 
Fields, Christopher, p. 130,87 
Fields, Mark, p.l 17 
Firth, Paul, p.l 17 
Fischer, Theresa, p.l 17 
Fisher, Theresa, p.l 45 
Fisher, Jeff, p.l 30 
Fisher, Mike, p. 130 
Fisher, Mike, p. 145 
Fitch, Candy, p.l 45 
Fitzpatrick, Karen, p.l 05 
Fletcher, Elaine, p. 145 
Fletcher, Randall, p.l 17 
Flory, Randy, p. 145 
Flowers, Charlotte, p. 105 
Fluharty, Barbara, p. 105 
Football— Freshman, p. 75 
Football-JV, p.74 
Football-Varsity, p. 72 
Fontana, Kim, p.l 46 
Ford, Duane, p. 130 
Ford, Greg, p. 130 
Ford, Jo, p. 105 
Ford, Pat, p. 105 
Fording, Ken, p.l 46 
Fording, Scott, p. 105 
Forman, Deborah, p. 130 
Forman, Debra, p. 105 
Forman, Leesa, p. 146 
Forman, Mike, p. 130 
Forsyth, Max, p.96 
Forte, Alice, p.l 30 
Forte, Ted, p. 146,53 
Fox, George, p. 130 
Fox, Pam, p.l 17 
Fox, Sam, p. 130 
Fowlkes, Joyce, p. 146 
Franklin, David, p. 130 
Franceschini, Jane, p.96, 15,58 
Fravel, Robert, p.l 31 
Freeman, Arnold, p. 131 
French Club, p. 150 
Fromm, David, p.l 17 
Froning, Clark, p.96, 36,84 
Frost, Cindy, p. 16 
Fry, Kenneth, p.96,21 
Frye, Joe, p.l 17 
FTA Bowling, p. 51 
Fugit, Diane, p. 146 
Fuhs, Dan, p. 131 
Fuller, Bonnie, p. 131, 54,137 
Fuller, Debra, p. 146 
Fulton, Mary, p. 69 
Fultz, Debrah, p. 131 
Furlane, Albert, p. 146 



G.A.A. Volleyball, p.90 
Gageby, Franklin, p. 146 
Gaines, Adie, p.l 46 
Gaither, Dr., p.96 
Gaither, Geoffrey, p. 146 
Gambill, Devon, p. 105 
Gannon, Charles, p.l 17 
Gannon, Valorie, p. 131 
Garvy, Leonard, p.l 17 
Garvy, Marilyn, p. 131, 128 
Gatliff, Don, p.l 17 
Gavin, Linda, p. 105 
Gavin, Lisa, p. 146 
Gavin, Mike, p. 131 
Gearin, Michael, p. 146 
Gebby, Robert, p.l 46 
Gebby, William, p. 131 
Gebhart, Bobby, p. 131 
Gebhart, Terry, p.l 17 



Gelinas, Brian, p. 146 

Gentry, Dan, p.l 17 

Gentry, Dave, p. 131 

Gentry, Mike, p. 1 05,9, 1 0,72,73,1 1 ,91 

Gentry, Tina, p. 146 

Gentzel, Mike, p. 146 

George, Craig, p.l 17 

George, Jeff, p.l 46 

George, Paul, p.l 46 

Gerber, Richard, p.l 17 

Gerlach, John, p. 146 

German Club, p.l 50 

Germany, Terri, p. 146 

Geyer, Pam, p. 131 

Geyer, Riki, p.l 17 

Geyer, Robert, p. 105 

Geyer, Susan, p. 146 

Gholson, Gene, p. 131 

Gholson, Ron, p.l 17 

Gibson, Mary, p. 131 

Gibson, Randy, p.l 17 

Gibson, Ted, p. 146 

Gigure, Terry, p.l 17 

Gilkey, Tonya, p. 146 

Girls Choir, p. 55 

Girls Drill Team, p.49 

Gi Hard, John, p. 131 

Gill, Terry, p. 146 

Gilliam, Brendetta, p. 131 

Gilliland, Jeff, p.131 

Gimlich, Loretta, p.l 46 

Ginger, Ken, p. 131 

Gloe, Debbie, p. 96,24 

Gloe, Rosa, p.l 46 

Glasgo, Janet, p.l 17 

Glasgo, Steve, p. 105 

Glaspie, Dave, p. 131 

Gleason, Lynn, p. 146 

Glenn, Robert, p. 146 

Glore, Charles, p.96,35 

Glotfelty, Mike, p. 131,44,45 

Glaye, Ellen, p. 131 

Gluff, Alan, p.l 17 

Gluff, Mike, p. 105 

Gluff, Randy, p. 105 

Goar, Mark, p. 131 

Goebel, Jerry, p. 105 

Goffinet, Kathy, p. 105 

Goggins, Vickie, p. 105 

Goldblatt, Ervin, p. 106 

Goldshine, Lilbeth, p.l 17 

Golf Team, p. 88 

Goode, Ralph, p. 146 

Goodman, Derotha, p. 148, 48 

Goodman, Janet, p. 146 

Gorman, Kim, p. 131 

Graetz, William, p. 131 

Grant, Beth, p. 146 

Grant, Stephanie, p. 106 

Grant, Tim, p. 146 

Green, Mike, p. 146 

Green, Steve, p. 131 

Greenburg, Dave, p.96 

Greene, Debbie, p. 28 

Greene, Denise, p.l 17 

Grenat, Bonnie, p. 106 

Gregory, Richad, p. 131 

Griffin, Martha, p.96 

Grimes, Barbara, p. 146 

Grimes, Monica, p. 146 

Grubaugh, Sherry, p. 131 

Gruber, W., p.96,39 

Guldner, Richard, p. 106,18 

Gulley, Virginia, p. 131 

Gunning, Lori, p. 131 

Gurnik, Greg, p.l 17 

Gutzmer, Ardith, p. 131 

Gutzmer, Kevin, p.l 17 



H 

Haag, Gary, p.l 17 
Haag, Joe, p. 106 
Haggins, Deborah, p. 131 
Hagoods, Alma, p. 131, 49 
Hall, Beverly, p. 146 
Hall, Bruc, p.l 17 
Hall, Debra, p. 146 
Hall, John, p.146 
Hall, Lois, p. 106 
Hall, Noble, p.l 17 
Hall, Stephen, p.l 17,132 
Hall, Teresa, p. 146 
Hamilton, Charles, p. 106 
Hamilton, Mike, p. 131 
Hammond, Joe, p. 146 
Hammond, Pam, p. 146 
Hammond, Paula, p.l 17 
Hand, Joe, p. 146 
Hand, Steve, p.l 17 
Hankins, Rick, p. 146 
Hannemann, Kathy, p.l 18 



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Hannon, Becky, p. 106 
Harden, Diane, p. 131 
Harding, Scott, p. 146,45 
Hardy, Peggy, p. 132,94 
Harlan, Dan, p. 132 
Harlos, Doug, p. 146 
Harlos, Loretta, p. 146 
Harlos, Melanie, p. 106 
Harlow, Joe, p.l 18 
Harman, Diana, p.l 18 
Harris, Joe, p. 146 
Harris, Melanie, p. 132 
Harris, Rick, p. 132,75 
Harrison, Sheila, p. 118, 45, 123 
Hartell, George, p. 106 
Hartell, Suzanne, p. 146 
Hartmann, Debby, p. 132, 126 
Harvey, David, p. 96 
Harvey, Denny, p.l 18 
Harvey, Mark, p. 146 
Hassos, Diane, p. 132 
Hatcher, Calvin, p. 146 
Havens, Christine, p. 97 
Haverstick, Jamie, p.l 18 
Hawkins, Curtis, p. 146 
Hawkins, Cynthia, p.l 18 
Hawkins, Sandy, p.l 18 
Hawkins, Shelley, p. 146 
Hayes, Paul, p.97 
Haymaker, Debbie, p.l 18 
Haymaker, Vickie, p. 132 
Haynes, Herman, p. 146 
Haynes, Linda, p. 28 
Haynes, Marvin, p.l 18 
Haynes, Thomas, p.94,9,47 
Haynes, Vanessa, p. 132 
Haywood, Becky, p. 132 
Hawthorne, John, p. 106 
Heady, Mike, p. 146 
Heady, Sharon, p. 132 
Health Careers, p. 53 
Healy, Tom, p.l 18 
Heath, Delda, p.l 18 
Heath, Bill, p. 132 
Hedges, Richard, p.97 
Heilchelbech, Terri, p. 146 
Heilman, Kathy, p. 32 
Helme, Laura, p.95 
Hellmer, Vickie, p. 146 
Heman, Bob, p.l 46 
Heman, Jan, p. 146 
Heman, Sally, p. 106 
Hemelgarn, Kristina, p. 146 
Henderson, Jeff, p.l 18 
Henderson, Teresa, p. 146 
Hendricks, Trina, p.l 18 
Hennessee, Debra, p. 146 
Henselmeier, Mike, p. 106 
Herr, David, p.l 18 
Herr, Karen, p.l 18 
Herrin, James, p. 132 
Hess, Ron, p.l 18 
Hibbs, Norma, p.l 18 
Hickman, p. 146 
Hicks, Angela, p. 146 
Hicks, Carolyn, p. 106 
Hicks, Debra, p.l 18 
Hicks, Joe, p. 146 
Hicks, Terry, p.l 46 
Higdon, Gail, p. 106 
Higdon, Paul, p. 132 
Higgins, David, p. 146 
Hightshoe, Beverly, p.l 18 
Hood, James, p.l 18 
Hooten, Fred, p. 147 
Hoop, Maurice, p. 99 
Hopkins, Tom, p. 132 
Hopson, Eric, p. 147 
Hornback, Sally, p.97 
Horste, Bruce, p. 132 
Horste, Steve, p. 147 
Horton, Gretchen, p.l 18 
Hosbein, Karen, p. 132 
Hosbein, Mark, p.l 18 
Hougland, Grover, p. 147 
Havard, Gregory, p. 48 
Howard, Sydney, p.l 32 
Howell, David, p. 132 
Hubbard, Sharon, p.l 32 
Huber, Pam, p.l 18 
Hudson, Robert, p. 147 
Huff, David, p. 147 
Hughes, Caroline, p. 106 
Hughett, Karen, p.l 18 
Hull, Albert, p.106 
Humphrey, Linda, p.l 18 
Humphrey, Terri, p. 147 
Humphrey, Tilly, p.100 
Humphreys, Stephen, p.97, 32 
Hungerford, Ronnie, p. 147 
Hunt, Laverne, p. 132 
Hunt, Daniel, p. 132 
Hunt, George, p.l 32 
Hurless, Suszy, p. 106 



Hurst, Jerry, p.97 
Hunt, Steve, p.l 47 
Hutchings, James, p. 147 
Hutchinson, Charles, p. 132 
Hutchinson, Patrina, p. 147 



I 



Inman, Debie, p. 147 
Inman, Gary, p. 106 
Inman, Lynn, p. 106 
Inskeep, Richard, p. 147 
Irwin, Chris, p. 106 
Irvine, John, p.l 47 
Isaacs, Cindy, p.l 47 
Isaacson, Diane, p.l 18 
Isaacson, Steve, p. 132 
Israel, Suzanne, p. 147 



Jackson, Anthony, p.l 32 
Jackson, Debra, p. 106 
Jackson, Robert, p.l 32 
Jacob, Debbie, p. 147 
Jacob, Diane, p.l 18 
Jacob, Terrance, p. 106 
Jahnke, Larry, p.l 18,45 
James, Brian, p. 132 
James, Patricia, p. 106 
James, Timothy, p. 132 
Jamison, Marilyn, p. 132 
Jarchow, Debra, p.l 18,60 
Jarchow, Sandra, p.l 47 
Jarvis, Jacqueline, p. 107 
Jefferson, Terry, p. 147, 51 
Jefferson, William, p.97 
Jennings, Kim, p. 132 
Jennings, Shelly, p.l 18 
Jensen, Carol, p. 132 
Jensen, James, p.l 18 
Jensen, Larry, p. 107 
Johannessen, Marilyn, p. 97, 28 
Johnson, Calvin, p. 132, 48 
Johnson, Frank, p. 147 
Johnson, llene, p.l 47 
Johnson, J. Ray, p.94 
Johnson, Jacqueline, p. 132 
Johnson, Jeffery, p.l 18 
Johnson, Kathleen, p.l 18 
Johnson, Larry, p. 132, 82 
Johnson, Leslie, p. 147 
Johnson, Margaret, p. 148 
Johnson, Marilyn, p. 107 
Johnson, Marty, p. 148 
Johnson, Matthew, p.l 48 
Johnson, Sharon, p. 133, 55 
Johnson, Vicki, p. 133 
Johnson, William, p. 107 
Jones, Bob, p.l 18 
Jones, David, p. 148 
Jones, Deborah, p. 148 
Jones, Douglas, p. 133 
Jones, Fredrick, p.l 33 
Jones, Jeffrey, p. 148 
Jones, Jeffry, p.l 18 
Jones, Jennifer, p. 148 
Jones, Marilyn, p. 148 
Jones, Mark, p. 107 
Jones, Paul, p.l 18 
Jones, Randall, p. 148 
Jones, Rera, p. 133 
Jones, Ton, p.l 18 
Jones, Tony, p. 148 
Jordan, Jill, p. 148 
Jordan, Roger, p. 107,1 1,45 
Joyce, Mary, p.l 48 
Justice Larry p.l 48 
Justice, Paul, p.97,52 



K 

Kafader, Keith, p. 148 
Kafader, Sharon, p. 133 
Kane, Jean, p.l 18,45,59 
Kane, Ray, p. 133 
Kanter, John, p.l 48 
Kanter, Mary, p.l 07 
Karaffa, Kim, p.148 
Kaser, Larry, p. 107,104 
Kauffman, Terri, p. 107,42,100,54 
Keaton, Jimmy, p. 133 
Keever, Donna, p.l 18 
Keith, Lynn, p. 107 
Kelle, Joe, p.108,27 
Kelly, M., p.97 
Keller, Beth, p. 148 
Kemp, Deborah, p.l 33 



Kemp, Diane, p. 108 
Kemp, Judith, p. 148 
Kemper, Gary, p.l 18 
Kennard, Donna, 133,54,137 
Kennedy, Anne, p.l 48 
Kennedy, Cathy, p.l 48 
Kennedy, Kirby, p. 108 
Kennedy, John, p. 103 
Kepner, Lorie, p.l 18 
Kerr, Doug, p. 148 
Kertese, Ken, p.l 48 
Kielblock, Brenda, p.l 18 
Kidwell, John, p. 148 
Kidwell, Rick, p.l 18 
Kimbel, Marsha, p. 108, 54, 100 
Kimberly, Mike, p.l 18 
Kimsey, James, p. 133 
Kimsey, John, p. 108,44,45 
Kincy, Mary, p.l 48 
King, Dave, p. 133 
King, Marsha, p.97 
King, Robert, p. 108 
King, Cheryle, p.l 48,48 
Kingsley, Kim, p. 148,140 
Kingston, Jeff, p.l 18 
Kingston, Pam, p. 148 
Kirby, Kristie, p.l 33 
Kirby, Mark, p.l 33 
Kirby, Pam, p.l 33 
Kirby, Ted, p. 148 
Kirk, Karen, p. 133 
Kirk, Richard, p. 133 
Kirkpatrick, Kerry, p. 148 
Kirksey, Barbara, p. 149 
Knapp, Greg, p. 149 
Knight, John, p.l 18 
Knotts, Edna, p.l 48 
Knox, Ashly, p. 148 
Knox, Pam, p.l 18 
Knox, Velinda, p. 148 
Koester, Dennis, p. 133 
Kolcheck, Pam, p. 133 
Kolcheck, Pam, p.l 33 
Kolcheck, Terri, p.l 18 
Kouns, Herald, p. 133, 136 
Krug, Greg, p.l 48 
Kugler, Dennis, p. 149 
Kuhn, Gerrald, p. 133 
Kuhn, Kalar, p.149 
Kuhn, Thomas, p. 149 



Lacky, Arleen, p.97 
Lacy, Peggy, p. 133 
Lacy, Norma, p.l 18 
LaFollette, Shirley, p. 108 
Lafever, George, p.l 33 
Laing, Peggy, p. 108 
Laing, Steve, p.l 49 
Lake, John, p.l 18 
Lake, Veronica, p.l 49 
Lamb, Randy, p.97,19,114 
Lamberg, David, p. 149 
Lamberg, Sharon, p.l 18 
Lambert, Shirley, p.97 
Land, Amanda, p. 149 
Land, Jeff, p.l 33 
Lane, David, p. 133 
Lane, Rex, p. 149 
Lang, Chuck, p. 149 
Lanahan, Patricia, p.97 
Lange, Susan, p.97 
Larkins, Lana, p.l 18 
Larkins, Tom, p. 108, 46 
Lasley, Mike, p. 149 
Latin Club, p.50 
Lawler, Joe, p. 108 
Lawler, Steve, p. 149 
Lawrence, James, p. 149 
Leary, Terry, p.l 08 
Ledford, Cherie, p.l 49 
Lee, Cindy, p.l 18,45 
Lee, Dan, p.l 33 
Lee, Debra, p.l 18 
Lee, James, p. 133 
Lee, Judith, p.l 33 
Lee, Kent, p.l 49 
Lee, Leland, p. 149 
Lee, Silas, p. 133 
Lee, Steve, p. 133,126 
Lee, Tim, p. 149 
Lembecke, Sheryl, p. 133 
Leon, Maria, p.133,29,126 
Lepscum, Joackie, p.l 33 
Lessig, Marsha, p. 133 
Lester, Toni, p.l 49 
Lett, Rosella, p. 149 
Lett, William, p.l 18 
Levine, David, p. 108 
Lewallen, Dana, p. 108 
Lewallen, Pat, p.l 18 



Lewchanin, Rick, p. 108 

Lewis, Debra, p.l 18 

Lewis, Diana, p. 108 

Lindsey, Terrie, p.l 49 

Lingenfelter, Diane, p. 134 

Lingenfelter, Robert, p.l 49 

Linn, Sherri, p. 108 

Listenberger, Christeena, p.l 49 

Litsey, Claudio, p.l 18 

Livesay, Claude, p. 134 

Locklear, Paula, p. 149 

Logan, Paula, p. 109 

Logan, Mike, p. 149 

Loeber, Jim, p. 134 

Long, Dave, p. 134 

Long, Nita, p. 109 

Long, Rita, p. 109 

Long, Terry, p.l 49 

Long, Tim, p. 109 

Lorton, Denise, p. 149, 15 

Lorton, Dianna, p. 149 

Lowe, Mark, p.l 34 

Lucas, Bob, p. 109 

Lucas, Joe, p. 149 

Lucas, Tom, p. 149 

Lummis, Louie, p. 109 

Lund, Debra, p.l 49 

Lundy, Bill 119 

Luttrell, Meliadee, p. 134 

Lynch, Angie, p.l 18 

Lundy, Bill, p.l 19 

Lynch, Rick, p.l 49 

Lyons, Howard, p. 149 

Lyons, Mary, p. 149 

Lytal, Stephanie, p.l 50 



M 

Mabry, Anthony, p.l 34 
Mabry, Author, p.l 50 
Mack, Robin, p.l 34 
Mockey, Kathy, p.l 50 
Maeland, Lars, p. 150 
Majorettes, p. 70 
Majors, Greg, p.l 50 
Maksin, Marija, p. 109 
Malander, Steve, p.l 18 
Manning, Dan, p. 109,104 
Manning, Steve, p.l 50 
Manning, Theresa, p.l 18 
Mannweiler, Karen, p.98,17 
Marching Band, p.57 
Markey, Debbie, p. 134 
Markham, Liz, p. 134 
Marks, Mike, p. 150 
Marks, Paula, p.l 18 
Marlatt, Richard, p.l 18 
Marsh, Colene, p. 134 
Marsh, Steve, p. 109 
Marshallaires, p.54 
Martin, Annette, p.l 09,65 
Martin, Dan, p. 109 
Martin, Dave, p.l 34 
Martin, Eliz, p. 150 
Martin, Janice, p.l 50 
Martin, Judy, p.134,51,62 
Martin, Keith, p.l 34 
Martin, Kim, p.l 18,35 
Martin, Rodney, p.l 50 
Martin, Ronald, p. 150 
Martin, Susan, p.l 19 
Mason, Cindy, p. 109 
Mason, Darryl, p. 150 
Mason, Dennis, p.l 34 
Mason, Don, p. 109 
Massingale, Jody, p. 150 
Math Club, p.53 
Mathis, Gary, p.l 50 
Matsker, Peggy, p.l 19 
Matthews, Jim, p. 150 
Matthews, Mark, p. 109 
Mattingly, John, p. 150 
Mattingly, Mike, p. 134 
Mattingly, Sally, p. 109 
Maxwell, Bob, p.109,45,100,86 
Maxwell, Julia, p.98 
May, Herbert, p.l 34 
Mayer, Paul, p.l 50 
Mayes, Barbara, p.l 50 
McAdams, Richard, p.l 50 
McBTide, John, p. 150 
McBride, Ronald, p.l 19,26 
McCarthy, Cathy, p.l 34 
McCaslin, Kathy, p.l 50 
McCaffrey, Steve, p.l 34 
McChristian, Donna, p.l 50 
McCool, George, p.98 
McCord, Donna, p.l 50 
McCoy, Bill, p.l 19 
McCoy, Deborah, p.l 34 
McCoy, Melinda, p. 150 
McDonald, Jan, p.l 19 



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McDonald, Roy, p. 109 
McDonald, Virginia, p. 98 
McDowell, Denise, p. 119 
McDowell, Randy, p. 150 
McDuffee, Kim, p. 1 19,45,55,68,69 
McFarland, Bev, p.119 
McGaughey, Angela, p. 135 
McGaughey, Susan, p. 150 
McGill, Geralyn, p. 150 
McGill, Mike, p. 109 
McGinley, Dan, p. 119 
McGinley, Tim, p. 150 
McGinnis, Margaret, p. 135 
McGow, Teresa, p. 150 
McHugh, Shelly, p.119 
Mclntyre, Patrice, p. 109 
McKeller, Marie, p.98,28 
McKeller, William, p. 150 
McKenna, Elizabeth, p. 109 
McKim, Steve, p.119 
McKinley, Cheryl, p. 135 
McKinney, Dave, p. 150 
McLane, Debra, p.119 
McMahan, Susan, p. 134 
McManus, Deborah, p.119 
McManus, Denise, p. 150 
McMillan, Teresa, p.119 
McNair, Ronald, p. 109 
McPherson, Charles, p. 150 
McPherson, Deborah, p. 150 
McPherson, Elaine, p.119 
McQuad, Kelley, p. 150 
McQuad, Teresa, p.119 
Medcalf, Sheryl, p. 120 
Medford, Jean, p. 120,55 
Medford, William, p. 152 
Medley, Harvey, p. 152 
Mehl, Robert, p. 109 
Melh, Robert, p.98 
Mellene, Steve, p. 152 
Mellene, Tim, p. 120 
Melling, Phil, p. 152 
Melton, Beth, p. 109 
Melton, Jeff, p.152 
Messersmith, Suzanne, p. 120 
Messersmith, Tim, p. 120 
Merick, Sherry, p. 120 
Metsker, Bruce, p. 152 
Meyer, Karen, p. 109 
Miller, Brad, p.109,27 
Miller, Debra, p. 109 
Miller, Elizabeth, p. 152 
Miller, Gerald, p. 152,48 
Miller, Heloise, p. 152 
Miller, James, p. 152 
Miller, Jerrilee, p. 109 
Miller, Karen, p. 152 
Miller, Kathy, p.109,27,108 
Miller, Leslie, p. 152 
Miller, Mary, p.152 
Miller, Sandy, p. 120 
Milliser, Marcy, p.152 
Mills, Cindy, p.152 
Mills, James, p. 120 
Miner, Jody, p. 109 
Mitchell, Billy, p.152 
Mitchell, James, p.152 
Mitchell, Jeff, p.152 
Monaghan, Carol, p.152 
Montgomery, Colleen, p.152 
Moon, Cindy, p.152 
Mooney, Robert, p. 152,45 
Moor, John, p.152 
Moore, Danny, p. 120 
Moore, Denis, p.152 
Moore, Earl, p.152 
Moore, Mary, p.152 
Sandy, p. 109 
Morgan, Joan, p.152 
Moran, C, p.98 
Morgan, Karen, p. 110 
Morman, Ivory, p. 120 
Morman, Mike, p. 120 
Morman, Roy, p.152 
Moshier, Kim, p.152 
Mounts, Karl, p.152 
Mounts, Kevin, p.152 
Moyer, John, p. 120,65 
Muffler, Bill, p. 1 10,73,87,125,65 
Mulcahy, Molly, p.152 
Muldrow, Mary, p. 110 
Mullin, Elmer, p.152 
Mullins, Marisa, p. 135 
Mullins, Jack, p. 135,48 
Mullins, Mack, p. 110,48 
Murphy, Billy, p. 120 
Murphy, Mike, p. 120,54,44 
Murray, Dale, p. 120 
Murray, Greg, p. 120 
Murray, Myra, p.152 
Murray, Paula, p. 135 
Murray, Susan, p. 110,43 
Murray, Vicki, p. 135,51, 55 
Murrell, Santee, p.152 



Musgrave, Mary, p. 135 
Musical, p. 42, 43 



N 



Nahre, Denise, p. 135 
National Honor Society, p. 63 
Naturalists Club, p. 52 
Neeley, Stacey, p. 120 
Neff, Christopher, p.152 
Neff, Mark, p. 135 
Nell, Kathy, p. 135, 133 
Nell, Mike, p.152 
Nelson, Diane, p. 1 10,9,68,69 
Nestler, Brad, p. 135 
Neuenschwander, Andrea, p.152 
Neuenschwander, Kathy, p. 120 
Nevels, Diana, p.152 
Newell, Caroline, p.152 
Newell, Janet, p. 120 
Newell, Kathy, p. 110 
Newell, Richard, p. 135 
Newell, Valinda, p. 135 
Newman, Dennis, p.152 
Newspaper Staff, p. 59 
Newman, Starla, p. 135 
Nucium, Jerry, p. 110 
Nicholson, Terry, p. 110 
Niemann, Bruce, p. 135 
Niggle, Greg, p. 135 
Noble, Dave, p. 135 
Noe, Tanna, p. 135 
Nokes, Steve, p. 135 
Nolan, Janet, p.152 
Nolan, Mick, p. 
Nordsieck, Dan, p. 120, 54 
Norton, Joe, p. 135 
Norton, Kevin, p. 120 



Oakes, Connie, p. 135 
Oakley, John, p.152 
O'Connor, Cathy, p. 110 
O'Connor, Dan, p.152 
O'Connor, Tim, p. 110,30 
O'Dell, Jane, p. 110 
Officer, Clarice, p.98 
Ogle, Lisa, p.152 
Oler, Paul, p.152 
Oliver, Karen, p. 135 
O'Neill, Dan, p.152 
Ooley, Jeff, p. 120 
Orchestra, p. 56 
Orcutt, Chris, p. 120 
Orear, Karen, p.152 
Osborn, Mike, p. 120 
Osborn, Theresa, p. 135 
Otto, David, p.98 
Owen, Charlie, p. 135 
Owen, Larry, p.152 
Owens, Lola, p. 135 
Owens, Lorn, p. 120 



Padgett, Kevin, p.152 
Padro, Luis, p. 105 
Padro, Manuel, p.152 
Padro, Raul, p. 120 
Paff, Donald, p.152 
Page, Carolyn, p.152 
Page, Fred, p. 1 10,134,101 
Page, Gladys, p.l 10 
Page, Jay, p.l 35 
Page, Wanda, p. 135 
Pagels, Robin, p.152 
Palmer, Don, p.l 35 
Palmer, Lucinda, p.] 35,55 
Pangallo, Frank, p.152 
Parham, Mike, p.152 
Park, Margaret, p.152 
Parks, Gary, p.l 20 
Parks, Kathy, p.152 
Parks, Ken, p.l 10,35 
Parmelee, Craig, p. 120,21 
Parrot, Mary, p. 120 
Parrot, Steve, p. 136 
Parrot, Sunnye, p.l 20 
Parsley, Larry, p.l 36 
Parton, Vicki, p.152 
Paton, Vicki, p.l 20 
Partridge, Ken, p. 136 
Paskell, Keith, p. 120 
Paskell, Kennetha, p. 120 
Patriettes, Basketball, p.71 
Patiettes, Football, p.70 
Patterson, Joni, p. 134, 54 



Patterson, Mike, p.152 
Patton, John, p. 120,48 
Paulson, Robert, p.152 
Pawlac, Linda, p.l 10 
Pearson, Richard, p. 120 
Peel, Sandra, p. 120 
Penick, Nicola, p.152 
Pennen, James, p.l 10 
Pepper, James, p.152 
Percifield, Curt, p.l 10 
Perdue, Mario, p. 121 
Perkins, Cheryl, p.152 
Perkins, Greg, p.152 
Perkins, Terri, p.l 10,130 
Perkinson, Don, p. 121 
Perkinson, William, p. 136 
Perry, Julie, p.152 
Perry, Kevin, p.152 
Perry, Mark, p.l 10,121 
Peterson, Linda, p.152 
Pettijohn, Gary, p.l 10 
Pfeuffer, Deborah, p. 136 
Pfeuffer, Melissa, p. 121 
Phegley, Randy, p. 136, 46 
Phillips, Calleen, p. 121 
Phillips, Vickie, p.121 
Phillips, Virginis, p. 153 
Phillips, Yvonne, p. 136 
Pickerell, Larry, p.l 53 
Pidcock, Patricia, p.l 36 
Piers, Sandy, p.l 21 
Pipino, Nicholas, p.98,18,114 
Pitcher, Cassandra, p.l 53 
Pittman, Rodney, p. 153 
Pittman, Terry, p.l 10 
Plans, Greg, p. 153 
Plays, p. 44 

Plummer, Joni, p. 136, 157 
Poff, Bruce, p.l 10 
Poidexter, April, p. 153 
Pointer, Sandy, p.l 10,46 
Pollock, Ted, p.98 
Ponto, David, p. 121 
Posley, Amelia, p. 153 
Potter, Yvette, p.l 36 
Potts, Jean, p. 98, 25 
Powell, Lonie, p. 121 
Powell, Sarah, p.98 
Power, Leroy, p. 136 
Powers, Edward, p.l 21 
Pressel, Glenn, p.l 53 
Preston, Pam, p. 121 
Preston, Tom, p. 153 
Price, Dave, p. 136 
Price, Sring, p. 153 
Pritchard, John, p. 136 
Proctor, Jeff, p. 136 
Proffitt, Dennis, p. 153 
Proffitt, Nadine, p. 136 
Profit, Larry, p. 136 
Publications, p. 60 
Puckett, Frank, p. 153 
Purcell, Kathy, p. 153 
Purcell, Van, p. 121, 49 
Purdue, Mario, p. 21 
Putterbaugh, Rhonda, p.l 21 



Qualizza, Joe, p. 136 
Quesnell, Cathy, p. 153 
Quire, Vicki, p. 153 
Quill and Scroll, p. 51, 65 
Quiz Team, p. 64 



Radio Club, p. 53 
Ragan, Curt, p.l 36 
Rainwater, Barbara, p.98 
Ralston, Dave, p.l 53 
Ramer, Jan, p.l 36 
Ranee, Ken, p. 136 
Ranee, Pam, p.l 10 
Raney, Ricky, p.l 53 
Ratcliffe, Charles, p. 136,48 
Ratcliffe, Ed, p.l 36 
Rausch, Martin, p. 153 
Ray, Diana, p. 121 
Ray, Jeanne, p.l 36 
Rayford, Kevin, p.l 53 
Reardon, Dennis, p. 153 
Reason, Candy, p.l 36 
Redden, Michele, p. 136 
Redman, Terri, p. 153 
Reckert, Terri, p.l 36,74 
Reed, Donna, p. 121 
Reed, Jeff, p.l 10 
Reed, Pam, p.l 53 
Reed, Rose, p. 136 



Reid, Joyce, p.l 53 
Reid, William, p. 153 
Reisinger, Debbie, p.l 10 
Reinert, Sherry, p. 136 
Reitez, Debbie, p. 136 
Remete, Evelyn, p. 153 
Remete, Susan, p.l 36 
Rempe, Jerry, p.l 53 
Retherford, Jody, p. 136 
Retherford, Joe, p.l 10 
Retherford, Kathy, p.l 53,54 
Retherford, Mike, p. 121 
Reynolds, Jeana, p. 136 
Reynolds, Kathy, p.l 53 
Rhodes, Karen, p.l 3 
Rhodes, Mark, p.l 53 
Richardson, Diana, p. 137 
Richardson, Diane, p. 121 
Richeson, Sherrill, p. 137 
Richmond, Connie, p.l 10 
Ridgeway, Kathy, p.l 10 
Riding, Steve, p. 137 
Rieger, Charlene, p. 137 
Rifle Team, p. 49 
Riggs, Sterling, p. 153 
Rifner, Shannon, p. 153 
Riley, William, p.98,16 
Rippy, Debbie, p. 121 
Rippy, Mike, p. 155 
Ring, Edward, p.98 
Risk, Steve, p.l 55 
Risser, Kathy, p.l 10 
Ritchie, Karen, p. 155 
Rittenhouse, Bambi, p.l 55 
Roark, Mike, p.l 10 
Roark, Ruth, p. 137, 29 
Roberts, Bambi, p.l 55 
Roberts, Barbara, p. 155 
Roberts, Cindy, p.l 11,9,100 
Roberts, Jane, p.l 1 1 
Roberts, Jeff, p. 137 
Robinson, Denise, p.l 37 
Robinson, Joe, p.l 1 1 
Robinson, Kathy, p.l 55 
Robinson, Kim, p.l 55,51 
Robinson, Bob, p.l 11,26 
Robor, Tom, p.l 55 
Rockel, Doug, p.l 37 
Rockel, Kim, p. 155 
Rodefferr, Janses, p. 94, 47 
Rodewald, James, p. 155 
Rodewald, Robert, p.l 2 
Rodewald, Susan, p.l 11 
Rodroquez, Alfred, p. 137 
Rodriquez, Celia, p. 137 
Rodriquez, Dorothy, p.l 55 
Rodriquez, Glaori, p.ll 
Rogers, Jean, p.l 1 1 
Rogers, Kathy, p. 121, 59, 62 
Rogers, Linda, p.l 55 
Rogers, Patty, p.l 55 
Rogers, Robert, p.l 21 
Rogers, Sandra, p.l 55 
Rogers, Stuart, p. 155 
Rogers, Tanana, p. 137 
Rogier, Margeret, p. 121 
Rogier, Sandra, p. 155 
Romain, Don, p.l 1 1 
Root, Patty, p.l 37 
Rose, Barbara, p. 121 
Rose, Sandra, p.l 55 
Rosemeyer, Jan, p. 121 
Ross, Ron, p.121 
Roth, Mike, p.l 55 
Rowley, Mike, p. 155,87,81,91 
Ruble, Forrest, p.121 
Ruble, Joyce, p.l 1 1 
Ruble, Patty, p.l 37 
Rumple, Otis, p. 137 
Rushton, George, p. 105 
Russell, Don, p.l 11,104 
Russel, Jane, p.l 1 1 
Russel, Karen, p. 155 
Rutledge, Vickie, p.121 
Rutan, Greg, p.121 
Ruusma, Ene, p. 137,62,120 



Sachs, Steven, p. 98, 24 
Sadler, Sharman, p.l 55 
Salavan, Francine, p.121 
Salazar, Angela, p. 155 
Salazaar, Dennis, p.l 55 
Salazaar, Mike, p. 137 
Sallee, Sabrina, p. 155 
Salvage, Paul, p.l 55 
Sanders, Benjamin, p. 99 
Sanders, Cecil, p.99 
Sanders, Felecia, p. 155 
Sanders, Jonie, p. 155 
Sanders, Rose, p. 137, 126 



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Santo, Kirk, p. 121 
Santo, Maria, p. 121 
Sauaaer, Victoria, p. 155 
Saure, Tyler, p.l 1 1 
Sayer, Mark, p. 155, 55 
Sayer, Cindy, p. 121 
Schaaf, Barb, p.l 11,9,10 
Schaaf, Lisa, p. 153 
Schaaf, Luke, p. 137 
Schantz, Lisa, p. 155 
Schantz, John, p. 137 
Schantz, William, p. 137 
Schenk, Dina, p. 137 
Schenk, Tamara, p.l 11 
Schlimgen, Scott, p. 156 
Schlimgen, Teresa, p. 121 
Schoenherr, Mrs. Susan, p. 99 
Schroeder, Roger, p. 99 
Schroer, Craig, p.l 56 
Schroer, Gerald, p. 121 
Schwartz, Vickie, p.l 23 
Scofield, Cindy, p.l 11 
Scofield, Jeff, p.137 
Scott, Clifton, p. 99 
Scott, Carolym, p.l 37 
Scott, Linda, p.l 37 
Scott, Mary, p. 156 
Scott, Michael, p. 156 
Seabolt, Cindy, p. 156 
Sears, Carol, p.l 56 
Seaton, Scott, p.l 56 
Seats, Julie, p.l 56 
Sedam, Roland, p. 156 
Seegel, Susan, p.l 56 
Seegel, Barbara, p.l 23,1 5 
Sells, Harold, p.l 56 
Sentmam, Linda, p.l 11,45 
Sexton, Lorraine, p. 156 
Sexton, Rebecca, p.l 23,55 
Shaffer, Ron, p. 137 
Shanks, Tamie, p. 27 
Shanks, Barbara, p. 137 
Shanks, Janet, p. 123 
Shannen, Phillip, p. 156 
Shaw, Debra, p.l 1 
Shaw, Ron, p.l 1 
Shaw, Denise, p. 137 
Shaw, Dwight, p.99 
Shaw, Rodrick, p.99 
Shawver, Eric, p.l 1 1 
Sheehan, Janet, p.l 23 
Shelton, Lora, p.l 56,49 
Shelton, Gregory, p.99 
Shelton, Jeff, p.l 23 
Shemwell, Greg, p.l 56 
Shepard, Jeff, p.l 56 
Shepard, Terri, p. 137 
Shepherd, Dave, p. 123 
Shepherd, Paul, p. 98 
Shields, Kathy, p. 137 
Shields, Theresa, p. 123 
Shinkle, Richard, p. 156 
Shinkle, Robert, p. 137 
Shipley, William, p.l 1 1 ,107,100 
Shipp, Linda, p. 156 
Shippoli, Mike, p. 156 
Short, Madelyn, p. 156 
Short, Kay, p. 28 
Shoults, Sam, p.l 1 1 
Shrout, Laurie, p.l 56 
Shreve, Samara, p.l 11 
Shull, Greg, p. 137 
Signorino, Nacny, p. 99, 51 
Simmins, Dave, p. 156 
Simpson, Gary, p. 123 
Simpson, Konnda, p. 137 
Simpson, James, p. 156 
Simpson, Joan, p.l 56 
Sims, Larry, p. 156 
Sinnett, Dan, p.l 56 
Sinnett, David, p.l 23 
Sinnett, Joe, p. 123, 32, 34 
Sipes, Mike, p.l 23,73,85 
Skaggs, Diana, p. 123 
Skaggs, Rodney, p. 137 
Skelly, Sandrs, p. 156 
Skelley, Steve, p.l 1 1 
Skeel, Deborah, p.l 23 
Skirvin, Candace, p. 123, 55 
Skirvin, Pam, p. 123 
Slabaug, Mike, p.99 
Smartz, David, p.99,24 
Slate, Steve, p.l 1 1 
Slater, Rodney, p. 156 
Slicer, Edgar, p. 138 
Sloan, Jeff, p.137 
Smith, Alan, p.137 
Smith, Carl, p. 123 
Smith, Cindy, p.l 11 
Smith, Claude, p.l 56 
Smith, Elaine, p. 123 
Smith, Gail, p. 123 
Smith, Gary, p. 157 
Smith, Glenda, p. 123 



Smith, Gordon, p.l 23 
Smith, Greg, p.137 
Smith, Ken, p.137 
Smith, Larry, p.l 57 
Smith, Linda, p.137 
Smith, Mike, p. 157 
Smith, Nancy, p. 138 
Smith, Pam, p.l 11 
Smith, Paul, p. 123 
Smith, Rebecca, p.l 56 
Smith, Rhett, p. 123 
Smith, Robert, p. 123 
Smith, Robert, p.137 
Smith, Roger, p. 157 
Smith, Russell, p. 138 
Smith, Sharon, p.137 
Smith, Stephannie, p.l 57,49 
Smith, Larry, p. 157 
Smith, Tina, p. 138 
Smith, Toni, p. 138 
Smith, Tom, p. 138 
Smith, Tommy, p.l 57 
Smith, Vanda, p.l 1 1 
Smith, Willie, p. 154 
Snedeker, Joe, p. 157 
Snaw, Jennefie, p.l 57 
Snyder, Clafford, p.39 
Sokolek, Alsex, p. 123 
Sokolek, Steve, p. 77 
Soots, Cathy, p.l 12 
Soots, James, p. 138 
South, Richard, p.l 57 
South, Sandra, p.l 12,125 
Spelunking, p. 52 
Spriester, Tim, p.l 57 
Spriggs, Loren, p.l 12 
Stadler, Susan, p. 138 
Stahl, Connie, p.l 12 
Stanley, Kenneth, p.99 
Stapelkemper, p. 138 
Starling, Glenda, p. 138 
Staup, Robert, p.99 
St. Clair, p.121 
Steadman, Ruth, p. 45, 123 
Steen, Gerry, p. 138 
Steiner, Becky, p.l 38 
Stephens, Jeff, p. 138 
Stephenson, Eva, p. 157 
Sterrett, J. p. 45 
Sterrett, Mary, p. 123 
Stevens, David, p.l 12 
Steven, Mark, p. 123 
Stevens, Mrs. Mary, p.99 
Stewart, Diane, p. 157 
Stewart, Robert, p.l 38 
Stigler, George, p. 138 
Stimer, Barbara, p.137 
Stimer, Paul, p.l 12 ' 
Siinter, Mike, p.l 12 
Stockroff, Larry, p. 138 
Sloe, Sgt., p.99,38 
Stogsdill, Terry, p. 138 
Sfough, Linda, p. 123 
Strathmann, Dan, p. 157 
Strathmann, Paul, p.l 12 
Street, Melva, p. 138 
Street, Melvin, p. 138 
Strothmann, Randy, p. 138 
Stubbs, Barbara, p.l 57 
Strubel, Vickie, p. 112 
Student Council, p. 62 
Stuebe, Steve, p.l 12 
Stuttle, Teresa, p. 157 
Suhre, Mike, p. 138 
Sullivan, Sonna, p. 157, 45 
Sullivan, Elaine, p. 123 
Sullivan, Harry, p.99 
Sullivan, James, p. 112 
Sulzberger, Gary, p.l 57 
Sulzberger, Paul, p. 138 
Sulzberger, Mary, p.l 12 
Sudi, Lisa, p. 138 
Surdi, Rick, p. 138 
Swann, Cheryl, p. 157 
Sweatt, Curtis, p.l 57 
Swem, Kerri, p. 123 
Swinfors, Guy, p.l 57 
Snyder, Gary, p. 48 
Symphonic Band, p. 56, 57 



Talcott, Brian, p.l 23 
Talkington, Jacqueline, p. 157 
Tarkington, Pamela, p. 157 
Tarkington, Sylvia, p. 123 
Talor, Brenda, p. 157 
Talor, Fred, p. 124 
Talor, James, p. 157 
Taylor, W., p.99 
Terry, Debra, p.l 57 
Terry, Vicki, p. 138 



Tessier, Paul, p.l 12,72 
Teter, Elaine, p.99 
Tevault, Suzanne, p.l 24 
Thames, Roxanne, p. 138 
Thespians, p. 45 
Theyssen, Terry, p.l 38 
Thomas, Connie, p.l 57 
Thomas, Debra, p. 138 
Thomas, Mike, p.99 
Thomas, Roxanne, p. 28 
Thomerson, Gary, p. 124 
Thompson, Ann, p. 124 
Thompson, Judy p. 138 
Thompson, Marjorie, p. 158 
Thompson, Mike, p.l 58 
Thompson, Rex, p. 158 
Thompson, Rose, p. 28 
Thompson, Roxanne, p. 28 
Thompson, Sandra, p.l 58 
Thompson, Steve, p.l 58 
Thorne, Stephanie, p.99 
Tichenor, Rick, p. 138 
Tippit, Dan, p.l 24 
Tipton, Harold, p. 158 
Tincher, Greg, p. 138 
Tincher, Jenna, p.l 12 
Tompkins, Dan, p. 158 
Tompkins, Tom, p. 124 
Tompkins, Regina, p.l 12,9,62 
Tony, Eloise, p.l 58 
Totten, James, p. 158 
Track Team, p. 86 
Traylor, Denny, p. 158 
Traylor, Mark, p. 124 
Tressler, Brice, p.99 
Triplet, Juinita, p. 158 
Trotter, Susan, p. 124,45 
Trotter, Tanya, p.l 58 
Troutman, Ken, p.l 58 
Trowbridge, Larry, p. 158 
Trowbridge, Sheila, p.l 12,25 
Trowbridge, Susan, p.l 12,25 
Trusty, Jon, p.l 58 
Tucker, Andrew, p. 138 
Turnabout, p. 46 
Turner, Mike, p. 139 
Turner, Mike, p. 158 
Turner, Ron, p. 124 
Tuttle, Pam, p.l 39 
Tuttle, Terry, p. 124 
Twigg, Dennis, p. 53 
Twigg, Larry, p. 158 
Tyree, Mike, p. 139 
Tyree, Susan, p.l 12 
Tyson, John, p.l 58 



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Uessler, Jean, p.99 
Ulrey, Carmel, p. 158 
Unangst, Donna, p. 139 
Urie, Valerie, p. 139 



Vardaman, John, p.99 
VanCleave, Caroline, p. 158 
Van Cleave, Richard, p. 158 
Vandamme, Irma, p.l 59 
Vaugn, Jerry, p. 124 
Vincell, Raymond, p. 139 
Vorek, Cindy 



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Wade, Don, p.l 12,30,1 48,49 
Walden, Carolyn, p. 124 
Waldman, Joan, p.99 
Walford, Greg, p. 158 
Walford, Robert, p.l 12 
Walker, Bradley, p. 158 
Walker, Bruce, p.l 39 
Walker, Bruce, p.l 58 
Walker, David, p.l 39 
Walker, Jeff, p. 139 
Walker, Patricia, p. 158 
Walker, Vickie, p. 124 
Wall, Tresia, p.l 58 
Waller, Deborah, p. 139 
Walls, Jana, p. 124 
Walls, Natalie, p. 158 
Walsh, Joe, p.l 12 
Walters, Connie, p.l 24 
Walter, Donna, p. 139 
Walters, Kenny, p.l 12 
Walters, Peggy, p. 124 
Walton, Raymond, p.l 58 
Walton, Ricky, p. 158 



Wampler, Carol, p. 124 
Wampler, Doug, p. 139 
Wampler, William, p.l 58 
Warner, Mike, p. 139 
Warner, Sandra, p.l 39 
Warner, Tim, p.l 59 
Warner, Tom, p.l 12 
Washington, Denise, p. 159 
Washington, Jennifer, p. 158 
Washington, Maurice, p. 159 
Waters, Melanie, p. 159 
Waters, Melanie, p. 159 
Watkins, Mark, p. 159 
Watson, Nancy, p. 124 
Watson, Nila, p. 124 
Watson, Keith, p.l 59 
Waugh, Miss Judith, p.99 
Weathers, Rebecca, p.l 39 
Weaver, Bryan, p.l 59 
Weaver, Don, p. 124 
Weaver, Terry, p.l 12 
Weaver, Janet, p.99 
Weaver, Teresa, p. 159 
Webb, Robby, p. 129 
Weaver, Robert, p.99 
Webster, Herman, p.l 59 
Weir, Leda, p.l 24 
Weir, Steven, p.l 59 
"Weir, Nancy, p.l 59 
Welhoelter, Charles, p.l 54 
Welhoelter, Joe, p. 159 
Weller, Connie, p. 159 
Wells, Debbie A., p.l 12 
Wells, Debbie V., p. 112 
Wells, Jack, p.l 12 
Welsh, Donna, p.l 12 
Wenger, John, p.l 59 
Wertenberger, Eleanor, p.l 59 
Wessel, Robert, p. 124 
West, Paul, p.l 13 
West, Rhonda, p.l 59 
Westerfield, Bobbie, p.l 24 
Weston, Steve, p. 139 
Whatley, Gloria, p. 159 
Whatley, Willey, p.139 
Wheasler, Susan, p.l 13 
Wheatley, Gary, p. 139 
Wheatley, Terri, p. 159 
Wheeler, Bonnie, p.l 13 
Wheeler, Jim, p. 159 
Wheeler, Linda, p.l 59 
Whitacre, Kirk, p.l 13 
Whitacre, Rebecca, p.l 13 
Whitacre, Roger, p. 139 
White, Andre, p.l 13 
White, Dean, p.l 59 
White, Delores, p. 159 
White, Ed, p.l 13 
White, Jean, p.l 59 
Wilkie, Donna, p. 159 
White, Gene, p. 159 
White, Kevin, p.l 39 
White, Kerry, p.l 39 
White, Robin, p.l 59 
White, Rhonda, p. 159 
Whitehead, Mike, p.l 39 
Whitesides, Joe, p.l 39 
Whitesides, Mike, p. 113 
Whitfield, Rodney, p.l 39 
Whitfield, Vickie, p. 139 
Whitis, Janet, p. 159 
Whitney, Delbert, p. 159 
Whittington, James, p.l 39 
Whittle, Marcia, p. 159 
Whittle, Ronnie, p. 154 
Whyde, Kathy, p.l 39 



cker, Pat, p.l 39 
ght, Mary, p.l 59 
ght, Rose, p.l 59 
Icox, Jeff, p.l 13 
lldrich, Richard, p.l 39 
Ikerson, Jay, p. 139 
Ikerson, Mike, p. 159 
Han, Jacqueline, p. 139 
llan, Lenny, p. 124 
lley, Robert, p.l 59 
I ley, Marion, p. 159 
lliams, Barbara, p. 159 
lliams, Carol, p. 139,29 
lliams, Donna, p. 139 
lilams, Eustice, p. 160 
lliams, Evelyn, p. 139, 126 
lliams, Frank, p. 160 
lliams, Guy, p.l 13 
lliams, Kevin, p. 139 
lliams, Kristin, p. 160 
lliams, Marcia, p. 139 
lliams, Melvin, p. 160 
lliams, Richard, p.l 13 
lliams, Robert, p. 124 
lliams, Ron, p. 139 
lliams, Roy, p.l 39 
lliams, Tim, p. 139 
lliamson, Joyce, p. 160 



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Willis, Gertrude, p. 160 
Wills, David, p. 160 
Wills, Karen, p. 113 
Wilson, Gloria, p.l 13 
Wilson, Greg, p. 139 
Wilson, Shawn, p. 160 
Wimp, Debbie, p.139 
Wingate, Oliver, p.99 
Winters, Elizabeth, p. 124 
Winters, John, p. 139 
Winters, Mike, p. 160 
Wolf, Tina, p. 139 
Wolfe, Roger, p.l 39 
Wood, Dave, p. 10 
Wood, Teresa, p. 139 
Woodruff, Connie, p.l 39 
Woodcock, Kirk, p.l 60 
Woodfork, Connie, p. 160 



Woods, Crystal, p.l 39 
Woods, Gary, p.l 39 
Woody, Brent, p. 124 
Woolsey, Mary, p. 160 
Woolsey, Teresa, p.l 13 
Wootan, Joe, p.l 13 
Wooten, Linda, p.l 13 
Wooten, Pam, p.l 39 
Worland, Mike, p. 160 
Worley, William, p. 160 
Worrell, Julie, p. 160 
Worth, Richard, p. 139 
Wrancher, Kathy, p. 160 
Wray, David, p.l 24 
Wray, Tom, p. 160 
Wrestling, Frosh, p. 82 
Wrestling, JV, p.81 
Wrestling, Varsity, p.80 



Wright, Brenda, p. 139 
Wright, Carol, p. 124 
Wright, John, p. 124 
Wright, Randy, p. 139 
Wright, Tim, p. 139 
Wright, Willis, p. 160 



Yancey, Debra, p.l 13,60,62,122 
Yates, Caroline, p. 138 
Yates, Glendal, p.l 13 
Yates, Ruth, p. 160 
Yearbook Staff, p. 60 
York, Steve, p.l 39 
Young, Dan, p.l 13 



Young, Debra, p. 160 
Young, Ronald, p. 160 
Young, Paula, p. 139 
Young, Michelle, p. 139 
Young, Ross, p. 160 
Yowell, Joyce, p. 160 



Zawadsky, Garrett, p.l 13,45,44 
Z-Club, p.64 
Zerbo, Jane, p.99 
Ziegel, Eva, p. 124 
Ziesemer, Loren, p. 139,55 
Zimmerman, Jerry, p. 139 
Zimmerman, Vickie, p.l 54 
Zoeler, Patricia, p. 160 



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FEB 21 - 26 
SUPPORT YOUR TEAM WD AT 
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CHATARDVS MARSHALL 

SHS VS ARL 



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Posing for a final picture is the YEARBOOK STAFF: FRONT ROW — Rick 
Duling, Sharon Crowe, Judy Butler, Karen Enochs, Judy Martin, Regina 
Tompkins, Jan Burelson, Ene Ruusma, Julie Brown, Debbie Yancey, Virginia 



Duvall. BACK ROW — Pat Lewallen, John Essex, Dave Hirsch, Steve Nokes, 
Jay Wilkerson, Mark Combs, Dave Ralston, Pam Ranee, Vickie Sausser, 
Lynne Cory, Karen Rhodes. This is the largest staff ever. 



Trying to present an accurate and memorable 
book of events was the major objective of the 
1971-72 Marhiscan staff. The staff dedicated 
many hours attempting to achieve this goal. I 
want to express my deepest appreciation for 
those co-operative staff members. 

Special thanks go to Mr. Jim Shields, Mr. Ed 
Bowers, and Mr. Eugene Alvarez of Tower 
Studios and Paula's Studio for their assistance in 
photography for the yearbook. An added thanks 
goes to Mr. Dick Kennard, Newsfoto Yearbooks, 
consultant. 

My final thanks goes to my advisor, Miss 
Janet Eberle, for the patience and guidance she 
had in helping me learn the fundamentals. 

Debra Yancey, Editor 



Editor-in-Chief . . . 
Copy Editor ...'.. 

Academics 

Activities 

Senior Album . . . 
Underclass Album 

Sports ; . . 

Business Manager 
Photographers . . . 



, . . Debra Yancey 

Regina Tompkins 

. Debbie Jarchow 

.... Judy Martin 

Pam Ranee 

. . . Sharon Crowe 
. . . Pat Lewallen 
. . . . Ene Ruusma 
John Essex, 



Rick Duncan, David Hirsch, John Moyer, 
Steve Nokes, Denny Bush, Dan Church, 
Gary Degler, Mario Perdue, Mike Logan, 
Mike Bonham, Bob Shinkle, Dennis Rear- 
don. 

Staff : . Judy Butler, 

Karen Enochs, Jay Wilkerson, Mark 
Combs, Jan Burleson, Lynne Cory, Julie 
Brown, Carol Williams, Karen Meyers, 
Rick Duling, Suzanne Messersmith, Me- 
lanie Harlos, Rik Geyer, David Ralston, 
Karen Rhodes, Victoria Sausser, Virginia 
Duvall. 

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